The coronavirus pandemic currently spreading across the world has been pretty stressful for everyone and has been causing many countries to go into lockdown.

But if you are worried about your roommates walking in while you are in mid-relief, then worry no more.

ImLive.com, a site that claims to offer the largest variety of adult webcam experiences, has announced the launch of a Panic Button that allows users to override any stream on its site and switch screens to a site of each users’ personal choosing.

The new panic button means you no longer have one thing to stress over during these testing times.

Hitting the panic button will take you to another website of your choosing

Users can customise the panic button to pull up sites that are of interest to them, the default website will be the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website, a valuable resource and believable alibi in these trying times.

The feature was added after ImLive.com noted a 15% increase in site traffic.

But the site's models started reporting that users are abruptly asking to “cut-off” chats because another person suddenly enters the room.

In response to the increasing number of model reports, ImLive.com developed the red panic button, located on the right side of the screen for easy access to every user.

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Adrian Stoneman, VP of ImLive.com said: “Amidst the Coronavirus and the quarantines that are being put into effect, it’s important that people still enjoy themselves.

"They just have to do that from home now, while in the company of partners and/or roommates.

"For adult interactions - when privacy is often preferred - people must now contend with others suddenly being in the same room as them.

“To help people make connections with our models without having someone walk in on them, we’ve launched a Panic Button that allows them to quickly change to a safe-for-work (SFW) website.

"Now people can engage in adult interactions without getting caught, and get off with confidence.”

For more information on the Panic Button or to try it out, visit www.ImLive.com.