Dating site’s campaign for lecturers to have sex with students gets banned

London, April 30: A campaign, dubbed ‘Shag At Uni’, that encouraged lecturers to have sex with students on a university dating website has been forced to stop.

Richard Gale, spokesman of Global Personals Ltd, which acts as the hosting company for the website, told the Daily Express that the site’s owner Tom Thurlow took down the post once he told him to and they are not particularly happy with him.

He added that they are not prepared to tolerate it.

The website had asked lecturers to “come on in” and sign up “to meet up students for sex”, and even published a special code of conduct which gave the option “to use a fake name”. (ANI)