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St Patrick’s Day sees 9,000 per cent increase in searches for leprechaun pornography

The website attributes the large spike in searches to St Patrick's Day. (RollingNews.ie)
The website attributes the large spike in searches to St Patrick’s Day. (RollingNews.ie)

A MASSIVE increase in online searches for “leprechaun porn” is expected on St Patrick’s Day, a leading XXX adult website has revealed.

Last year saw a 9,325 per cent increase in the number of searches on Pornhub for “leprechauns” – with a similar figure expected this year.

The 2015 figure was up on the yearly average of 8,142 per cent.

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“Believe it or not, some people do search “Leprechaun” throughout the year, but it goes up [on St Patrick’s Day],” Pornhub said in a statement.

Pornography with key terms of “St Patrick’s Day”, “St Patrick” and “Irish” will also increase, the website revealed.

An increase of 6,177 per cent for “St Patrick’s Day” is expected, while searches for adult films involving Irish actors spikes by 650 per cent.

The statistics are in comparison to normal daily searches for the terms.

 

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