A controversial 'Sex Island' holiday offering men 'unlimited' sex with up to 100 women in an 'alcohol and drugs-friendly' orgy has returned - but this time in a new secret lcoation. The X-rated event next month promises four nights of erotic bliss,with prostitutes outnumbering men by two to one, for men who pay a £4,600 fee. Previous incarnations of the raunchy holiday have taken place on an island off the coast of Venezuela but now organisers are staging the secretive sex fest in the US for the first time. This year the trip will take place somewhere in America's Nevada desert. A promotional video for the four-day trip from July 4 until 7 released today shows a man apparently lost in the desert, before finding himself enjoying the affections of a bevvy of naked women fulfilling his sexual fantasies. The advert ends with the man realising it was all a mirage as he passes out in the heat, with the words ‘Don’t wait until you’re dead to visit heaven’. The … [Read more...] about Sex Island trip offering unlimited sex with 100 girls back in new secret location
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The scale of the challenge UK broadcasters face in the streaming era has been thrown into stark relief by a new report, which estimates that 34 extra series of the BBC hit Bodyguard – or 14 more Love Islands – would have needed to air last year to make up for the drop in traditional TV viewing as audiences flock to rivals including Netflix, Amazon and YouTube. The report, by the media regulator Ofcom, highlights the huge growth in popularity of streaming services in the UK. The number of subscribers to the three most popular - Netflix, Amazon and Sky’s Now TV - leapt by almost a quarter last year to 19.1m. Nearly half (47%) of UK homes now have a subscription streaming service, a significant increase on the 39% that did in 2017, with many households paying for two or more. The rapid shift in the nation’s viewing habits continues to erode the popularity of traditional TV viewing. The average Briton now watches three hours and 12 minutes of TV a day – a drop … [Read more...] about More Bodyguards and Love Islands needed as UK viewers desert TV
New Zealanders have voted to keep their national flag - which features the union jack - despite calls for it to be replaced with a silver fern. But where else does the flag of the UK still feature around the world?Red, white and blue. They're the colours of the union jack, the flag the United Kingdom has presented to the world since 1801. It features the crosses of three patron saints - George (England), Andrew (Scotland) and Patrick (Ireland - although since 1921 only Northern Ireland has been part of the UK). Its official name is the union flag, but the BBC refers to it as the union jack, as per common parlance.New Zealand, after much discussion of whether the union jack represents a legacy of colonialism, has voted to keep it in the top left-hand corner of its own flag. But several other countries, states and territories continue to feature it.The best-known flag to do this is probably Australia's, in use since 1901, with a slight modification in 1908. The union jack is above the … [Read more...] about Which flags still include the union jack?