Adultery website received 52,000 hits in 7 months from UK Parliamentarians
London, February 11: A website used by married people to have adulterous affairs is being accessed thousands of times a month from parliamentary computers used by MPs, peers and their staff, it has been revealed.
Out Of Town Affairs, which brings together married men and women seeking sex, has been clicked on an astonishing 52,375 times in just seven months via computers exclusively used by members of the Houses of Parliament and their employees, The Mail reported.
In one month, Out Of Town Affairs received 289 Westminster hits a day.
Incredibly, the site had more hits in December from parliamentary computers than the official websites for the Treasury, Ministry of Justice and Department for Education.
The website, which contains explicit pictures of subscribers, boasts: "We connect you with thousands of other married men and women looking for a marital affair or more heat in the bedroom. The variety of new members is fantastic."
Users are invited to contact 'thousands of horny cheaters ready to get some action' by signing up for a fee of 25 pounds a month, which allows them to 'write your own sex-date diary' and 'read and send filthy messages'.
The Mail on Sunday made the discovery after submitting a Freedom of Information request, asking for the top 500 websites accessed on Parliament computers over the past year.
In December, the website received 8,457 page views from computers based in the heart of the country's democracy. In November, it received 7,533 hits, in October, 8,971 hits, in August, 5,174, in July, 7,493, in June, 6,822 and in February, 7,925.