A SINGLE man is looking for a partner who is open to an initially non-physical relationship, escalating dependency and living together within two weeks.
Nathan Muir of Stevenage has told women on Tinder that he is initially up for getting to know them by text, then very quickly stepping up to phone calls, FaceTime, sharing hopes and dreams, sending nudes, meeting her parents on Zoom and full cohabitation.
He said: “There’s a time and place for messing about with romance, and it’s not here and it’s not now.
“The only reason I’m insisting on 14 days to let the relationship develop is to make sure she’s coronavirus-free. I guess we can get to know each other while we’re waiting.
“But I’m living alone, it’s extremely frightening, I’m desperate for human company and I’m guessing there are a lot of woman out there feeling the same way.
“Hit me up. I’ve got an income, I wash regularly, I’ll do the supermarket trips. I’m not looking for forever. Just until the end of lockdown.”
Single woman Ellie Shaw said: “Yeah. He’ll do.”