A website which helps people engage in extra-marital affairs is targeting the travel market, claiming boring business trips and transport delays can be sweetened with an illicit encounter.
Cashing in on the ash cloud crisis, cheating website Gleeden.com suggests that Britons stranded abroad can spend their time enjoying a foreign affair while the volcano provides 'the perfect alibi'.
Reporting a significant rise in activity on the site during the European airspace closure, the morally questionable dating site is already doing well out of marooned travellers.
Now it is extending its reach on its quest to help husbands and wives search for a lover worldwide.
'Meet a French femme fatale, a Moroccan princess, a British lady or an Indian Bollywood beauty,' it promises.
While planes were grounded at the beginning of May, the website says the number of subscribers increased twice as fast as usual in England, France and Italy.
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