FRISKY Brits are turning to cyber sex to satisfy their lockdown lust.
Almost 4,000 signed up to a new website in just 48 hours.
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Cybersex Dating allows members to swap sex fantasies with strangers around the world.
Last week 3,901 Brits joined the site, with folk in Bristol keenest.
Some 412 from the city joined, more than anywhere else in the country per head of population.
Cardiff, with 253 new members, was second and Nottingham third with 136 people signing up.
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Website founder David Minns said: “It goes without saying that cyber sex is safe sex.
“During the lockdown it is a safe way to meet new people and when things get back to normal new friends can take things further if they want to.”
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