Self-funded organisation set up to expose 'predators'
Leeds group 'Predator Exposure' describes itself as "paedophile hunters of West Yorkshire".
The group has conducted a number of sting operations in the Yorkshire area of the UK to catch predators intent on meeting up with children under the age of consent.
It further describes itself as a "self-funded organisation which will continue to catch online predators".
Its Facebook page has more than 100,000 followers, and its videos have been shared to a number of other pages, including community crime page 'Leeds Alert'.
It also had more than 4,000 shares on the page.
The group's 40-minute-long video with RTÉ producer Kieran Creaven has already got 259,000 views from its page alone.
It also posts some of its work on Twitter and Snapchat accounts.
More than a dozen members of the group were involved in the latest sting attempt, in Leeds on Saturday night.
Following the operation, the group posted a photo online of some of those who had been involved.
Earlier this month, the group exposed a man who had expected to meet two teenage girls in Liverpool.
The organisation is one of a number of groups that are based in the UK and that were set up to catch predators who look to groom young children via the internet.