Female members of the eHormoney dating website were shocked by the revelation that some men may be giving inaccurate answers to relationship questions in order to obtain sex.
One man, who didn’t want to be named, confessed he had said he was a doctor interested in antiquing on the site and claimed he was on the look out for that special someone for lazy Sunday mornings and long walks on the beach. In reality he is a scaffolder with a 14-hour a day Sky Sports News habit, just looking ‘to stuff anything with a pulse’.
A spokesman for the site, who is also a Premier League footballer, said steps would be taken to ensure this kind of behaviour is stamped out. ‘If this phenomenon catches on who knows where it will end?’ he commented, ‘Imagine a world where women couldn’t talk to a man without assuming he has ulterior motives and is trying to get in her knickers? It’d be terrible. Not that it would bother me, as long as I still get the chance to watch a bit of a weepie and have a cuddle.’