An advertisement for prostitutes has appeared on a government website, it has been revealed.

Direct Gov is a website owned and run by Whitehall and is part of the the Department for Work and Pensions.

However officials have been left red-faced after an advert by a company named Horny Escorts, appeared on the government website promising £10 an hour for prostitutes under the Universal Jobmatch section of the website.

The advert read: “Female worker wanted to go out with guys maybe for evening or have full on sex.

The only qualification for the job – for which applicants would need “no experience” – was that successful candidates “must like sex”.

According to the advert: “This would be better if you was single and be able to work at your own pace. Looks and race unimportant. You will need a mobile phone.”

There was even an option for users of the popular jobseekers board to select a from a drop-down menu to ‘tell us why you don’t wish to apply for this job’.

Even the manager of the agency, who posted the job, said he was surprised that it was accepted for inclusion on the Department of Work and Pensions and said: “‘I put the advert up there because it’s a job site and it’s a job. I was a bit shocked they allowed it. I also do deliveries and I had posted an ad for a same-day delivery service and then I just put the escorting one underneath it. The advert says “must like sex” because if a man pays for it obviously he’s going to want that.”

A DWP spokesman admitted the blunder but refused to say if adverts were read before they were posted on the website. The job was later taken down by the website after it was reported in the press.

The news follows the case of a similar blunder earlier this year in which a Welsh government website offering career advice was taken down after telling entrepreneurs how to earn a fortune in the sex industry.

Business Wales gave tips on how to make up to £48,000 as a stripper and how to run an escort agency, a lap dancing club or an erotic boutique.
The website encouraged aspiring actors to strip to earn extra money or become an escort.

It was later removed after critics complained it was degrading to women and could entrap potentially vulnerable young people.

This year work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has vowed to tackle the jobless by forcing them to work unpaid or be stripped of their benefits.

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