Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford offered free passes to sex party
Should they find themselves needing something to do in between banana break making and hosting This Morning, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have been handed free passes to join a sex club.
Isn’t that a generous move?
Apparently business is booming for Killing Kittens, a sex-positive company that hosts erotic parties, with founder Emma Sayle saying Ruth and Eamonn can join the saucy punters whenever they fancy.
The presenting pair attended an exclusive x-rated dinner party back in 2017 and while they didn’t dish on what went, er, down at the event, they said it was all in the name of research for documentary The Seven-Year Itch.
While cameras were reportedly switched off before any post-watershed content occurred and Eamonn and Ruth remained fully clothed – merely getting a sense of the vibe, we suppose – Sayle has invited the pair back for real.
She told the Belfast Telegraph this week: ‘Meeting with Eamonn and Ruth at a Killing Kittens party as part of their research for a show in 2017 was a riot.’
With her business booming (we’re told sign up rate has increased by 18% and online activity on the website surging by 330% with 24-hour chats keeping people occupied in lockdown) Sayle is keeping the door open, virtually, for Eamonn and Ruth.
She added: ‘To help cheer them up during lockdown, I’m offering them free passes to any of my online parties.
‘I think that they would really enjoy it – it’s the ultimate in safe sex during the coronavirus lockdown.’
We can hear Eamonn spitting out his tea from here.
It was only last week that Eamonn revealed that he and Ruth had attended a sex party all in the name of journalism, but were ‘thrown out’ before anything happened.
He said on This Morning: ‘We went to the foreplay. We went to the preamble.
‘We were filming for a series we were doing and my wife said, “Get out of here before anything starts. Get out”.’
The 60-year-old continued: ‘The organisers came up to us as we were leaving and said, “Oh, you can’t mention who you saw here”.
‘I said, “Oh, well, I didn’t see anyone”, but they said, “No, there’s someone who works in TV who says you know them. You know them and you have seen them here”.’
Hey, no judgement here – whatever rocks your socks.
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