Royston online porn habits revealed

14:33 09 January 2014

The porn habits of Royston residents have been revealed

The porn habits of Royston residents have been revealed

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The online porn habits of Royston residents have been revealed by a leading adult website.

Online users in the town spend an average of nine minutes and 59 seconds on adult site Pornhub – the longest amount of time in North Hertfordshire – and visit an average of 6.75 pages.

The time spent is higher than both Hitchin and Letchworth Garden City, and above the the UK average of nine minutes and 42 seconds,

Worldwide, the average was just under nine minutes.

But Royson residents don’t last and long as Ware in Hertfordshire, which came out on top across the UK with users spending 10 minutes 37 seconds on the site and clicking on 7.6 pages.

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