Two-thirds of Brits have VERY saucy May Day plans despite kids being at home, Sun poll reveals 0 170

MAY DAY will become Wahey Day as saucy Sun readers bonk their way through the bank holiday.

More than two in three adults will get frisky, we found in a survey, and plenty will also be pretty sozzled – one in five planning to throw a sickie tomorrow to nurse their hangover.

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Though the cost-of-living crisis will keep a lid on the party.

One in five families have cancelled days out over the long weekend, almost a third cannot afford kids’ treats and more than a fifth face waking up to a pile of debt on Tuesday morning – as much as £300 for many hard-up households.

But we clearly still love a Bank Holiday. Here we look at how we will spend this one, and chat to some readers about their plans . . .

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Patricia is hitting the booze

PATRICA COVELLY, 27, from Plymouth, has been sozzled all weekend after kicking off her three-day booze bender with a tipple of Buck’s Fizz at 5am on Saturday. She says:

“The rest of the year I have to be responsible, as I care for a relative and volunteer at an animal charity. So Bank Holidays are my time to cut loose, especially after Covid ruined the past two years.

Being drunk and dancing with mates is my way to let off steam. Plus, the only way to get through family functions is drinking. It makes it easier to ignore the arguments.

By 9am each day we’ll be on our third bottle of fizz. I’ll nap just before midday and wake refreshed, to start with a beer or wine.

We’ve spent £200 stocking up on supermarket own-brand booze and I’m meant to cook, so I’ve bought Pot Noodles and frozen pizza. I’ll have a horrible hangover but it will be worth it.

Kelly fancies a kitchen romp

KELLY CHALKE, 36, a funeral home assistant, and husband Frazer, 52, a film editor, parent five kids aged eight to 17 and rarely find time for sex. Kelly, of Chippenham, Wilts, says:

“The last time we had sex was the August Bank Holiday. But we’ve carved out a few hours this week-end while the kids are out.

Frazer will make me breakfast in bed, light candles and show me his moves. If he gets really lucky we’ll have sex a few times and mix it up with some fun in the lounge – or even the kitchen.

When we started dating in 2006 we were having sex up to seven days a week. I was already mum to two children from a previous relationship. But when we had our other three kids our work increased, and in our three-bed house there’s little privacy.

The next day we are both off and child-free is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, so we’ll do it for Queen and country.”

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Lensa AI app could be used to create erotica or porn 0 41

In recent days, the Lensa app, a service that uses a neural network to create drawn portraits, has gone viral. To generate drawings, you have to upload 10 to 20 of your portrait photos to the app, from which the program will generate an avatar. But the app has proven easy to trick so that it creates soft porn.

Internet users say that if you upload topless photos to Lensa, the app disables the NSFW filter and generates nudes. 

In general, the idea of uploading your photos to a questionable app seems bad to many. The owners of the service assure that users’ photos are deleted after 24 hours, but it is impossible to check whether this is true. In addition, such services have repeatedly allowed leaks of users’ personal data.

The Lensa application is a SaaS product of Russian developers Prisma Labs. This is especially disturbing for the residents of Ukraine, where the application has also gone viral: Ukrainian journalists urge citizens not to give their personal data to Russians, because considering the work of Russian special services, no one can guarantee a sufficient level of security when using programs written by the enemy. To use Lensa, each user has to accept the rules – to agree to the training of the neural network in order for it to work more correctly. Photos go to Google Cloud Platform or Amazon Web Services cloud storage – and, according to the developers, are deleted from there in 24 hours after being processed in Lensa. 

Lensa’s creators assure that users remain anonymous. The app doesn’t specifically ask them for access to metadata such as geolocation. However, the metadata that identifies the user can be linked to the photo that the person uploads to the app. But the Lensa team promises that photos are cleared of metadata before they are saved to Lensa systems.For now, Lensa AI is available for private use, although it may well offer its services to corporations. To do so, they will need B2B SaaS marketing.

xQc shocked to see his girlfriend making out with an adult film actress on live TV 0 69

Beer pong might be a good idea, what could go wrong? On that basis , streamers xQc and Adin launched the live stream a few days ago without fear of what might happen . Both North American content creators have spent hours playing games with their partners.

The girls in question have a long history online, especially in the case of Sky Bri, Adin’s alleged partner. She is an adult film actress and has participated in various streamers before, always displaying an aggressive and overt sexuality.

After playing beer pong and drinking alcoholic beverages, NYYXXII somehow asked permission to kiss Sky Bri. – May I kiss her? Kayla asked Adina. After a look and another question to his partner, NYYXXII approached Sky Bri to eventually kiss her with an implied passion that undoubtedly influenced the young Canadian streamer.

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