A local official wanted to clear the streets from beggars and homeless on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding day.

Simon Dudley, leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, wrote on Twitter that there has been an "epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy" in town and that he wanted the police to "focus on dealing with this before the #RoyalWedding," NBC News reported.

Dudley also wrote a letter to the local Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfield about the same concern. In his lengthy letter, he mentioned the "anti-social behaviour, including aggressive begging and intimidation in Windsor." He also highlighted his security concerns and how the beggars would give the city an "unfavourable light."

"It is becoming increasingly concerning to see the quantities of bags and detritus that those begging are accumulating and leaving on our pavements, at times unattended, thus presenting a security risk," Dudley wrote. "Obviously, the level of tourist interest is set to multiply with the Royal Wedding in May 2018, and there are increased concerns from our residents about their safety. The whole situation also presents a beautiful town in a sadly unfavourable light. As Leader of the Royal Borough this situation is totally unacceptable to me and my fellow councillors."

Dudley's call to remove the beggars and homeless on the streets before Prince Harry and Markle's royal wedding has received a mixed reaction. Some understand his point while others think that it is not necessary.

"Residents of Windsor disagree with @MrSimonDudley," Carol White wrote on Twitter. However, a number disagreed with her statement which only showed their support for Dudley.

"No they don't Carol! Most of us are fed up with it now. We want our town back!" Matt Gooderick commented on White's post.

"I'm a Windsor resident and firmly with Simon Dudley. Though the Wedding is irrelevant. Help them them where possible, but I fear for many Substance abuse will keep them where they are. I see it from my office Window frequently in Reading," Hubble wrote.

"Carol - please don't be the 'mouthpiece' for Residents of Windsor - This resident doesn't disagree," Karl Trowbridge wrote.

Prince Harry and the "Suits" actress are set to tie the knot on May 19 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Markle and Prince Harry's wedding date is set on the same day as Prince William's FA Cup.

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