The Daily Mail article Adverts for websites such as Backpage.net and Barry County advertiser have been found to be appearing in the pages of some of Britain’s biggest newspapers.
The Daily Mirror reported on the findings.
The ads feature a woman in a red dress with a mannequin in a wheelchair and a horse with a sign saying “No Sex, No Drugs, No Gambling.”
The adverts were posted to Backpage on December 12, according to The Mirror.
The advertisements, which appear to be from a different company than Backpage, were found in The Daily Telegraph on December 15, with a headline that said “Pity the Pimp”.
The newspaper also reported on a different ad campaign posted to Barry Country on December 16.
The ad shows a man sitting on a horse.
The sign is seen as an endorsement of the company.
The website also posted a video on December 18, showing a man dressed in a Red Dress and with a horse in the background.
In the video, the man is seen saying: “If you get a problem with your girlfriend, it’s not the sex, no drugs, no gambling, no prostitution, no nothing.
It’s not about that.
That’s what I do for you.
It’ll get you over it.”
A second ad for a prostitute was also posted on December 20.
The site reported that a “Pimp” ad was also featured on the website The Sun on December 21.
The advert features a man in a Black suit, a red shirt and a bow tie.
It was posted to The Sun, with the headline “Don’t be fooled.
You can still get what you want.”
In a further report on the Daily Mail, it was reported that “Paid Sex” and “Busty Woman” were also included in the same campaign.
The Sun also reported that advertisements for prostitutes and sex were also posted to the site The Daily Star on December 26.
The newspaper said that a man wearing a Red Coat and a Bow Tie was posting advertisements for sex and prostitution.
A “Sex and Prostitution” advert was posted on The Daily Beast on December 27.
The story said that “Busting your own sex worker” was also on the site.
The article also said that advertisements were posted for a “Prostitution and Sex” site called “Porn and Procreation” on December 28.
The BBC reported on December 29 that the Daily Beast website contained an advertisement for a porn website called “Hot House.”
The Daily News reported on February 2 that “porn and prostitution” advertisements were also on The Sun.
The paper said the website featured a “Sex Party” advert that featured a man and a woman.
A BBC News website reported on March 2 that advertisements from a “pimp and sex” site were posted on the Sun on March 8.
The Times reported that the Sun had posted an advert for a sex and prostitute site on March 11.
The Sunday Telegraph reported that an advertisement was posted in The Sun’s Daily Express on March 13.
The Independent reported that ads for a sexual and prostitution site were also found on The Sunday Times website on March 23.
The Star reported that sex and prostitution ads were also reported to the Daily Express and The Sun in a separate article on March 28.
A spokesperson for Backpage told The Times that they “are not aware of any of these ads.”
However, a spokesperson for Barry county said the company was aware of the ads and that the company had “reviewed and addressed the issues.”