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An undercover investigation interacted with 15 females within 24 hours. Women who are struggling financially and want to enhance their lifestyles in Dublin are selling sex on a popular website, it has emerged.
An undercover investigation by the Irish Mirror has revealed that within a hour period, three women offered sex for money. Undercover Irish Mirror reporters interacted with 15 females on the Seeking Arrangement website — with 12 of those listed as Irish and nine claiming to be students. Asked if she was comfortable to meet up with a stranger without meeting first in a public place for an introduction, she replied: She poses scantily clad in lingerie in a bathroom in a series of revealing shots on the public website, which claims to have as many as 10, Irish members.
Commenting on her profile page she said: During a private message exchange she added: Some men do look for different things. Meanwhile, year-old Amanda, [also not her real name] who claims to be an arts student at Trinity College , enquired in her first communication with our reporter if online payment was an option, asking: A couple having sex Image: Getty Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe See our privacy notice.
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