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Friday 7th August 2020

Escort ANGERS This Morning viewers after offering discounted sex to students

The figures don't add up though as she is ripping them off!

Universities across the country are seeing their annual freshers' week binge, as new students arrive to further their education.

It's a messy time of year, when students get a little too excited about being away from home, and can lead to very bad decisions...

One person that has looked to cash in on this is Kat Lee, a self-confessed escort that has outraged This Morning viewers.

Kat believes that she is providing a service, as she is helping students learn about their sexual desires.

The good news for all those sex-starved teenagers is that she is offering a discount with a NUS card!

A whopping 30 per cent too!

So instead of Kat's usual rate of £130 for a session of carnal pleasure, she is almost giving it away at £100.

Er... there is only one problem though - 30 per cent off £130 is actually £91.

These poor students are being ripped off instead of snagging a bargain and, naturally, viewers were outraged.

They called out Kat for this faux pas, suggesting that she should go back to school to brush up on her maths.

Of course, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes were rather non-plussed with what Kat was bringing to the table.

Kat argued: "At the end of the day you get student discount on pizza so why not this?

"If I don't do it they're going to go somewhere else.

"They're going to go and sleep with people without protection and get someone pregnant."

Ruth was not impressed. She countered that the students should be spending their loans on something more worthwhile and they weren't all that irresponsible.

Kat added: "Half the money I earn goes to charity."

Ruth argued back: "That is very commendable but what you are doing is essentially prostitution you are selling sex."

Kat believes that she is empowering the students, as well a pocketing £10,000 for her 'services'.

She said: "They get confident. When you go to uni you get peer pressure don’t you.

"People are shy they pay me and I give them confidence…"

So, it's a public service really? Not sure that it will be included in the university prospectus any time soon!