Doggers sharing filthy plans as randy Brits allowed one night stands from Monday

Desperate doggers have shared filthy plans as Brits are allowed to have one-night stands again.

Sex-crazed swingers are set to enjoy massive orgies after Boris Johnson confirmed groups can socialise indoors from Monday.

Randy fans have been licking their lips as online sex forums were this week filled up with details of lewd events.

Posting on, female user hplay said: "Hey I am new to the site but quite experienced. I am always looking for groups of guys to have fun with.

"In covid times a group can be 2 or 3 guys. When this trouble is over I will be organising parties with up to a dozen of single guys.

"Excited to be back to life after the long year of restrictions…"

MarcFrench replied: "I'd love to be part of this game when restrictions will be lifted"

Lutonian added: "Sounds good I'd be interested, I enjoy group meets too, before covid I would visit clubs in UK and over in Holland to large parties, as well as smaller private events, I also know a few guys who are reliable, and I'm just down the A14 from you."

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Swingers looking forward to a Halloween blow out also couldn't wait for social distancing to end.

The event "orgasminator" this week responded to a couple asking to attend saying they'd had both Covid jabs.

She said: "pop me name on loz xx hotel booked x"

User kinkysouthcouple wrote "god i hope this happens".

Lockdown rules are easing across much of the UK from Monday 17 May.

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In Scotland and England, pubs and restaurants will be able to serve customers indoors, and social distancing will be relaxed further.

Pubs will also be able to begin indoor service in Wales – with other rule changes yet to be confirmed.

It comes after a Daily Star reader contacted agony aunt Just Jane and told how her partner is secretly going to dogging sites during the day – but she doesn't know whether to confront him.

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They wrote: "Working from home means that my partner now goes dogging in the daytime too.

"He grabs the car keys and shouts that he’s off for his 'constitutional', but I know that he makes straight for a notorious dogging site.

"We live in a beautiful village but we’re blighted by sexually adventurous individuals who rock up to perform, watch or join in with lewd acts."

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Jane replied: "This is no way to live your life and I can’t ­believe that your partner is happy or feels good about himself either.

"I bet he’s tried to keep away – but the thought of sexually active individuals performing in broad daylight is simply too much to resist.

"What if the police were to turn up or he found himself threatened, photographed or blackmailed.

"He doesn’t know what or who he’s dealing with.

"He could be charged under the Sexual Offences Act for simply watching. What might his employer say about that."

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