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This Porn Star's Sex Lorry Tour Has Been Condemned By MPs and Locals

Twenty competition winners have reportedly won the opportunity to have sex with Rebecca More in the back of a lorry.

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A British porn star has been criticised for embarking on a tour of the UK in which she has sex with members of the public in the back of a lorry.

More than 2,000 men, women, and couples applied to have sex with Rebecca More during her nationwide tour for adult TV channel Television X, the Mirror reported, and 20 winners have been chosen for the stunt.
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More than 2,000 men, women, and couples applied to have sex with Rebecca More during her nationwide tour for adult TV channel Television X, the Mirror reported, and 20 winners have been chosen for the stunt.

The “Sex Tour of England” began in Birmingham on Friday, headed to Manchester and Leeds at the weekend, and will visit Southampton this Friday, before ending in London on Saturday 25 October.

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A number of people involved in the tour so far have been sharing pictures of themselves with More on social media.

Including Mathew Whelan, Britain's most-tattooed man, also known as Ink Land King Body Art The Extreme Ink-Ite.

It obviously sends out the message that this kind of thing goes on in Birmingham.That's not the right message for the city to send out and it creates a negative image of Birmingham.We can't confront what happens in a van, but I would urge the local authority to ensure that it doesn't in any way affect our communities and young people.

The newspaper said Birmingham city council claimed it hadn't received an application for the lorry used in the filming to be housed in any public squares in the city.

Leeds resident Thomas Richards told the Mirror: "It's outrageous and a disgraceful way for people to degrade themselves."

"It hardly promotes safe sex, queuing up in a line with a load of strangers to get your end away.

"I'm surprised this is even allowed, it's bordering on prostitution."

According to the paper, the tour is set to end in Camden, where a local councillor said: "It sounds horrible. … It does not sounds like the sort of thing we want in Camden."