‘Sugar daddy’ site targeting university students in Paris is removed

An advert for a dating site charity to assistance students in Paris find a “sugar daddy” to comment their studies has been private by police.

A mobile billboard was promotion a RichMeetBeautiful site in a drift of Sorbonne University.

It featured a integrate cuddling with a summary to students – “romance, passion and no tyro loan, go out with a sugarine daddy”.

Since afterwards military have seized a billboard.

A twitter from City of Paris central comment pronounced it “strongly cursed a ashamed advertisement” and would “work with military to make it disappear from a streets”.


Deputy mayor of Paris, Helene Bidard, pronounced a advert was a form of prostitution.

“As good as a open sequence problems caused by an advert that can be seen by minors, this site is an corruption opposite women,” she said.

She after pronounced an review had been non-stop on a website for pimping and military had seized a lorry for displaying though authorisation.


The site’s founder, Norwegian Sigurd Vedal, pronounced a site aims to put people in hit with any other, like any other dating site.

He formerly denied any likeness to harlotry when he was criticised for promotion in Brussels final month.

“It’s a classical misunderstanding. We are like a normal dating site, though financial is partial of a checklist,” he told a radio hire in Belgium.

In France, tyro organisation FAGE has also lodged a rapist censure about pimping.


And lots of other people were angry too.


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