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Company offers £15/hour to watch porn from comfort of your home

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Normally, watching porn while on the clock would be fairly frowned upon – even though five percent of Brits recently admitted to using work-supplied devices to watch adult film.

But one company wants you to do just that, offering up a unique new role that allows you to literally get paid to watch porn.

Bedbible wants to pay one lucky person $20 (£15) an hour to ‘watch online pornographic videos’ and ‘gather information and data points’ on certain topics, such as sex positions, duration, number of orgasms, male vs female ratio, hair colour distribution and language distribution.

The data will then be used to conduct an ‘in-depth report about tendencies/statistics in porn videos’, Bedbible.com says.

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A job ad reads: “Want to get paid to watch porn? Then Bedbible.com has the perfect job for you. We are taking a deep-dive into the ins and outs of porn. And we need your help to do this!”

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Applicants for the ‘Head of Porn Research’ role just need to be aged 21 or over to go for the ‘dream role’, and as the position is ‘100% remote’ it doesn’t matter whereabouts in the world you are.

Simply head to the online form on the Bedbible.com website, where you’ll be asked to provide a few simple details like name, email and current employment status, as well as explaining why you should be picked and why you applied.

Edwina Caito, Head Content Creator at Bedbible, said: “Pornography is a billion-pound industry around the world, so we came up with the idea of learning more through real-life examples.

“We’re sure we’ll learn some interesting statistics from our research such as what types of roleplay the actors have, number of orgasms, and any fetishes covered.”

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Perhaps those Brits who admitted to watching porn on their work laptop could put their evident skills to good use, after five percent fessed up in a recent survey of 2,000 people by IT support company Totality Services.

The company looked at what people are using their work-issued devices for, and found that, of those who said they watched porn on a work-supplied device, around one-third said they watched it for two to four hours of their work day – while a somewhat unfathomable 20 percent said they watched X-rated content for between four and eight hours a day.

Alongside those who are streaming porn, 17 percent of people admitted to browsing social media and 15 percent said they instant messaged their pals.

Meanwhile, eight percent of people have used their work computer for gaming and 11 percent have indulged in a bit of online shopping, 10 percent said they streamed film or TV – of the non-porn variety – and five percent confessed to gambling, including betting, playing the lottery on or playing online bingo.

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Benin pipeline dispute: Niger stops oil exports to China

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Benin pipeline dispute: Niger stops oil exports to China

Niger has stopped exporting oil to China through its pipeline to Benin’s coast.

Oil Minister, Mahamane Moustapha Bako, disclosed this on Thursday, escalating an ongoing standoff between the West African neighbours.

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At the Agadem oilfield in eastern Niger, Bako supervised the shutdown of a section of the 2,000-km (1,243-mile) pipeline, which was meant to transport oil to China as part of a $400 million agreement with China National Petroleum Corp, according to Africabriefing.

Relations between Niger and Benin have been tense since May when Benin blocked crude exports through its port, insisting that Niger’s junta reopen the border to Beninese goods and restore normal relations.

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Earlier in the month, Benin authorities detained five Niger nationals for allegedly entering the Seme-Kpodji pipeline terminal under false pretenses—a charge Niger rejected, stating the group was supervising crude loading per their agreement with Benin.

“We can’t just sit back while our oil is stolen by other people, because we’re not there where it’s loaded,” Minister Barke Bako told workers, justifying the halt in oil flows, according to a state television broadcast.

Tensions stem from a coup in Niger in July 2023, which prompted the regional bloc ECOWAS to impose strict sanctions for over six months. Although trade was expected to normalize after ECOWAS lifted the sanctions, Niger has continued to keep its borders closed to goods from Benin.

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Naira Falls to N1,476.24/$1 at Official Market

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The Naira performed badly against the United States Dollar in the in the Nigerian Autonomous Foreign Exchange Market (NAFEX) after resumption of trading activities following the Democracy Day holiday observed on Wednesday.

Yesterday, the value of the Naira weakened by 0.17 per cent or N2.58 to sell at N1,476.24/$1, in contrast to Tuesday’s closing price of N1,473.66/$1.

Also read: Dollar supply rises to $11bn, naira closes 1,572/$

However, the local currency appreciated against the Pound Sterling in the official market during the session by N7.23 to wrap the session at N1,876.39/£1 versus the preceding session’s N1,883.62/£1 and against the Euro, it gained N11.84 to trade at N1,580.19/€1 versus N1,592.03/€1.

The mixed trading outcome happened as FX supply to the spot market depreciated by 75.9 per cent or $239.23 million to $92.68 million from the $385.91 million recorded in the preceding session.

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In the black market, the domestic currency depreciated against the American currency during the trading day by N10 to settle at N1,490/$1, in contrast to the preceding session’s rate of N1,480/$1.

Meanwhile, in the cryptocurrency market, the benchmarked tokens recorded depreciation as the US Producer Price Index (PPI) print for May came in lower than expectations across the board, showing inflation to be losing steam. Technically a positive sign for risk assets and crypto, the latter offered a cool reaction to PPI.

Solana (SOL) slumped by 4.6 per cent to trade at $148.06, Cardano (ADA) dropped 3.5 per cent to close at $0.4226, Binance Coin (BNB) went south by 2.9 per cent to finish at $601.18, and Dogecoin (DOGE) recorded a value depreciation of 2.6 per cent to sell at $0.1419.

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In addition, Ethereum (ETH) slid by 2.4 per cent to finish at $3,481.39, Ripple (XRP) fell by 2.3 per cent to settle at $0.4794, and Bitcoin (BTC) recorded a 2.1 per cent loss to sell for $66,926.75.

However, Litecoin (LTC) recorded a 0.9 per cent rise to close at $79.23, while the US Dollar Tether (USDT) and the US Dollar Coin (USDC) remained unchanged at $1.00 each.

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Oil mafia tried to stop our refinery, says Dangote

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The founder of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has revealed that both local and international criminal organisations, which he described as “mafia”, made repeated attempts to sabotage his $19bn refinery project located in Lagos.

Speaking at the Afreximbank Annual Meetings, Dangote likened the oil cartels to a mafia stronger than the drug mafia hell-bent on maintaining their grip on the industry.

 

Also read: Dangote refinery gets valid operating licence soon – FG

 

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“Well, I knew that there would be a fight. But I didn’t know that the mafia in oil, they are stronger than the mafia in drugs. I can tell you that. Yes, it’s a fact,” he said.

Dangote, who described himself as a fighter, said they “tried all sorts” to stop him.

“But I’m a person that has been fighting all my life. You know, so I think it’s part of my life to fight,” he said.

He added, “As a matter of fact during the COVID period, some of the international banks really were looking forward to making sure that they push us into default of our loans so that the project will just be dead. And that didn’t happen with the help of banks like Afreximbank.”

Theheute reports that Dangote also revealed that he has paid off $2.4bn of the $5.5bn borrowed for the Lagos-based refinery.

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Dangote also unveiled plans to diversify into the steel sector, aiming to utilise solely Nigerian-produced steel and achieve self-sufficiency.

Dangote Refinery recently rescheduled the launch of its petrol sales to July 10-15, pushing back its initial June target due to “minor” logistical issues.

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