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Website Offers Free Porn To Stranded Coronavirus Cruise Passengers

Well, this is one way to ease the boredom. A website is offering free porn to passengers stranded on a cruise ship for at least two weeks due to a coronavirus outbreak.

The vice president of adult website CamSoda, based in Miami, said the offer extends to two quarantined vessels and includes free webcam sessions.

In a media release CamSoda indicated that the offer was directed at the thousands of passengers on board the Diamond Princess and World Dream cruise ships.

The ships are currently docked outside Japan and Hong Kong.

“They are not only dealing with the fear of infection, which is terrifying, but boredom,” CamSoda vice president Daryn Parker said.

The offer extends to two quarantined vessels and includes free webcam sessions. Image: Getty

“We like cruises just as much as the next guy, but without activities or human interaction, the boredom must be crippling.”

He added that in an "effort to keep their minds off" the coronavirus and to ease boredom they would offer both passengers and crews the ability to have fun in a safe and controlled environment "with camming.”

CamSoda said it required passengers to send through their travel documents via email as proof, according to Fox News.

They will then reportedly be given 1,000 free tokens.

However, it is not yet known whether quarantined passengers will actually be able to take advantage of the offer.

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