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X-rated Facebook group where people post racy naked pictures - and teenagers can join


Pornographic pictures are being shared by hundreds of social media users on an X-rated Facebook page which anyone including children can join.
The obscene UK-based group has more than 1,500 members with users urged to share their own pictures during a “happy hour” every Wednesday.
For those who aren’t a member, the "UK Sexy Singles Come and Mingle" group may seem like a place for like-minded single people across the country to meet others.
However, a closer look reveals a different side, where hundreds of explicit pictures are openly posted and members are told: “Have fun you filthy f********."
The page description states: "Hello and welcome to UK Singles laughter and love house 21+.
"A place to have fun, flirt, banter, chat, enjoy games, make friends and maybe find that special some we're all looking for!!
"We're a friendly bunch and welcome all new members. Please post an introduction when you join so people can interact with you.
"Join in and have fun."
However, insiders have revealed that the page is much more than just a place for people to meet, with one telling The Sun that it is actually a "non-stop stream of porn which anyone can join".
He added: "I joined the group with a blank profile, no picture, no nothing. You have to request to join, but they do not do any checks at all.
"There's men posting pictures of their member, women doing similar. It doesn't end.
"It's horrific that people can just make something that just resembles porn and nothing is done about it."
It has even been suggested that group members have been playing online games where they post a picture of themselves and get others to guess how old they are.
During this time, one member reportedly admitted they were only 16 and it was later removed by group admins.
Facebook rules state that users need to be at least 13-years-old before they can join and will close or suspend any accounts of users it discovers are younger.
A spokesman for Facebook said: "We want people to have a positive experience on Facebook which is why we have easy ways for our community to report content and profiles that they find upsetting or they feel break our Community Standards.
"We investigated and found that the images have already been removed from this group.
"It is our policy that we restrict the display of nudity because some audiences within our global community may be sensitive to this type of content – particularly because of their cultural background or age."

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