Porn website viewed more than 16,000 times by people in Cirencester

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Porn website viewed more than 16,000 times by people in Cirencester Porn website viewed more than 16,000 times by people in Cirencester

CIRENCESTER came second from bottom in a table showing which towns and cities in the county spend the most time watching internet pornography, according to an adult entertainment website.

The data, complied by adult website Pornhub, showed that people in Cirencester logged onto the site 16,154 times over the last 12 months.

On average, viewers in the Cotswolds capital spent an average of nine minutes and 56 seconds on the site before logging off.

Figures also show that users in Cirencester look at an average of 6.87 pages during every session on the Canadian website, which describes itself as the internet’s top adult website.

The figures came to light after Pornhub released data on the private viewing habits and sexual preferences of its users across the UK and around the world.

Neighbouring town Stroud topped the Gloucestershire list with people there visiting the site over 40,000 times last year.

The average time on the site for the whole of the UK is nine minutes and 42 seconds while the global average is eight minutes and 56 seconds.

According to the data, Monday is the most popular day for searching the website while January is said to be its busiest month.

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5:24pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Jessica Rabbit says...

Is this really newsworthy?
Is this really newsworthy? Jessica Rabbit

5:26pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Jessica Rabbit says...

Perhaps we were top of the table for 'YouPorn', I much prefer that site ;)
Perhaps we were top of the table for 'YouPorn', I much prefer that site ;) Jessica Rabbit

11:02pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Union Man says...

What exactly were you thinking of, providing free advertising for a **** site.
What exactly were you thinking of, providing free advertising for a **** site. Union Man

8:27am Sat 25 Jan 14

Olly Cromwell says...

Is "logging off" a euphemism ?
Is "logging off" a euphemism ? Olly Cromwell

2:05pm Sun 26 Jan 14

zer()cool says...

...And who is bothered, maybe just the old "fuddy duddy" brigade, it's 2014 get a grip :D who researches this garbage, or allows it in a local newspaper?
...And who is bothered, maybe just the old "fuddy duddy" brigade, it's 2014 get a grip :D who researches this garbage, or allows it in a local newspaper? zer()cool

5:07pm Sun 26 Jan 14

Union Man says...

This is a nasty cyniical deliberate ploy to advertise the Pornhub brand to a wider audience. Cameron has pressurised search providers into restricting searches for free **** so the pornographers have to find new ways of attracting punters attention, and in this they have been isuccessful. Does anybody believe for one minute that anyone this side of the FBI outpost at GCHQ has a record of where Pornhubs punters actually hide? no it's just a way of getting the http www pornhub ru etc web address out there to the local plebs at almost zero cost..
This is a nasty cyniical deliberate ploy to advertise the Pornhub brand to a wider audience. Cameron has pressurised search providers into restricting searches for free **** so the pornographers have to find new ways of attracting punters attention, and in this they have been isuccessful. Does anybody believe for one minute that anyone this side of the FBI outpost at GCHQ has a record of where Pornhubs punters actually hide? no it's just a way of getting the http www pornhub ru etc web address out there to the local plebs at almost zero cost.. Union Man

8:31am Tue 28 Jan 14

Iansky says...

I cannot believe that in the current climate the Standard believes it important enough to research/publish this.

Time would be far better spent publishing articles on the state of the streets / potholes / lights etc, items that impact the day to day life of many and pose hazards to many especially on the dark nights.

Please get your priorities right.
I cannot believe that in the current climate the Standard believes it important enough to research/publish this. Time would be far better spent publishing articles on the state of the streets / potholes / lights etc, items that impact the day to day life of many and pose hazards to many especially on the dark nights. Please get your priorities right. Iansky

9:56am Wed 29 Jan 14

Sparkytom says...

Skip Walker runs the WGS like a red top these days. ****. Theft. Abduction. Crisis. You name it, all negative stories just like The Daily Mail. I remember when the WGS was a decent paper. Broadsheet, with local good news stories. Unlike the garbage it prints today. And just who is Lesley Brain for gods sake? Her articles are complete dribble, don't make sense and have nothing to do with every day life. And just think you mugs pay a pound for the pleasure!!
Skip Walker runs the WGS like a red top these days. ****. Theft. Abduction. Crisis. You name it, all negative stories just like The Daily Mail. I remember when the WGS was a decent paper. Broadsheet, with local good news stories. Unlike the garbage it prints today. And just who is Lesley Brain for gods sake? Her articles are complete dribble, don't make sense and have nothing to do with every day life. And just think you mugs pay a pound for the pleasure!! Sparkytom

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