Unemployed women are being offered jobs on X-rated phone sex lines by the Government-run Jobcentre Plus.Girls are told they could earn up to £700 a week if they are prepared to be naked and have sexually explicit conversations.Members are luring strangers for sex by asking them to join in 'Kiksex' on the messaging app Kik, where users exchange rude photos.One user, for example, wrote: ' woke up horny as hell!!!!!Currently the adult chat line agency recruiting for the job, Faceclick, offers customers the opportunity to chat to 'just legal' girls through telephone numbers accessed via their website.
He said, 'Is it really the role of Jobcentre Plus to be advertising for people willing to be naked for the purposes of adult entertainment?
A phone actress generally works as an independent contractor and can make anywhere from - 0 per hour.
A phone actress can usually set their own hours and work from the comfort of their own home.
'But I'm not desperate that I'm prepared to perform disgusting acts on an internet sex line.' The ad has also caused political controversy, with Birmingham MP Khalid Mahmood demanding an official inquiry.
He said 'I am absolutely flabbergasted.'We've already got enough issues with young adults being used by unscrupulous people in the sex industry.'To now discover job centres are encouraging unemployed people to get into this is almost beyond belief.