One Belfast businessman in his 30s said he realised he’d “got the wrong idea” about the site when a woman asked him to pay for her plastic surgery minutes into their conversation.
Simon*, an attractive and single managing director who claimed to have a whopping net worth of £6 million, told me: “I came on here thinking it was for girls looking to date smart successful fellas.
“During that we just kinda decided we shouldn’t have tight reins, we didn’t think it was so necessary to be faithful - it’s just a more modern way of looking at things.
I have always been interested in getting myself an account with one of those casual sex websites like Be Naughty or something like that. A lot of the regular users are either seriously messed up the in the head(ie. Internet dating gets it's fair share of weirdos too but the pure 'hook up' websites are a new level. First thing Monday morning I'm going into Bank of Ireland to get a loan to start them.
There are a lot of users for them in America and UK but I'm afraid that they are a bit of a waste of money in Ireland. A lot of the regular users are either seriously messed up the in the head(ie. Internet dating gets it's fair share of weirdos too but the pure 'hook up' websites are a new level. I heard an ad on the radio where they said they were desperate to give away money.
Married and 51-years-old, he fit the profile of a typical sugar daddy.
He boasted about his success and business prowess, and was keen to talk up his links to a local sports team.