The message allegedly said that any potential housemate would be able to move in "as long as you take care of me".
The Times reports that the US company removed the "personals" section of its UK site last year after it was flooded with prostitution. But it's claimed that four new adverts offering rooms to women in exchange for "favours" have appeared on the Scots property section in the last week.
One punter told an undercover reporter there would be no rent if she could show how "naughty" she could be. Meawnhile another punter in Glasgow said: "You can move to my place and share the same bed with me. The reporter was told by : "For the first six months I am going to pay you the rental fee for a decent room.
It's reported that he repeatedly asked for pics and details about the reporter's sex life. Aileen Campbell, cabinet secretary for communities and local government, told The Times: "We take this issue extremely seriously and have ly written to Craigslist to make our concerns clear and help ensure people are protected from exploitation. A spokesperson for the site said: "We have a set of custom-built filters to check for certain words like 'sex' and adverts by men looking specifically for women.
The Times reports that Scots cops have been fielding complaints about sex-for-rent adverts since A spokesman for the force said: "Police Scotland thoroughly investigate any complaints received and if any criminality is established a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
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