Porn site gives coronavirus quarantine sufferers FREE adult content for 2 weeks

Two adult websites are offering those who self-quarantine against the coronavirus for the recommended two weeks a free 14 day membership.

Celebrity nude websites Mr Skin and Mr Man are rewarding individuals who are making the decision to self-quarantine over the deadly coronavirus.

In exchange for locking themselves away for the recommended 14-day quarantine period, the porn site is offering up a free two-week membership to either site.

Mr Skin and Mr Man have more than 90,000 videos and pictures of nude celebrities from movie scenes.

It offers up salacious short films, celebs best naked films and a run down of the site’s trending nude celebs.

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Mr Man includes shots from stars such as sex siren Margot Robbie, Scarlett Johansson and Naomi Watts, with Mr Skin featuring heart throbs such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy and Daniel Craig.

The company are offering individuals who lock themselves away for the recommended 14 day period a free two-week membership to either website.

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The offer comes amid an outbreak of Covid-19, which has since been labelled an international pandemic by the World Health Organisation.

Government officials confirmed the UK's biggest daily rise today with coronavirus cases skyrocketing to 460.

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Two more people lost their lives to the virus yesterday – bringing the country's total number of fatalities up to eight.

Boris Johnson will chair a Cobra meeting today and is expected to push the UK into the "delay" phase of his coronavirus strategy.

The committee will decide whether or not to close schools, ban large gatherings, and send the UK work force home to isolate.

Hospitals are believed to be preparing to cancel thousands of non-urgent operations to free up beds, while sporting events, concerts and festivals scheduled for the next few weeks are likely to be cancelled.

It is likely the elderly and those with long-term illnesses will be advised to stay at home when the epidemic hits its peak in Britain.

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