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‘Didn’t take me long to get his clothes off’: Police question woman, 28, who romped with missing RAF gunner after meeting him through swingers’ website
Corrie McKeague, 23, vanished on a night out with friends in Bury St EdmundsMother revealed online that he and girlfriend had accounts of Fab Swingers siteIn post, his mother said: ‘To the haters, get over it. This is none of your business’Last week it was revealed that April Oliver, 21, was pregnant with Corrie’s childWoman, 28, who met Corrie online has gone to the police about their dateReview said: ‘He didn’t disappoint. Didn’t take long for me to get his clothes off’By
Corrie, 23, vanished during a night out with friends in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk but onWednesday it was revealed he and his pregnant girlfriend April Oliver, 21, had profiles on the adult site Fab Swingers and were in an open relationship.
The woman, who has not been named, said in an online review of a date she had with Corrie that he ‘turned up looking and smelling amazing’ and that ‘he didn’t disappoint’.
She added: ‘It didn’t take long for me to get his clothes off.’
Missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague (left) trawled the internet for casual sex and opened a joint account on the partner swapping club with his 21 year old girlfriend April Oliver with a scantily clad woman used as the profile picture (right)
But she has since gone to the police after seeing that he had vanished.
She told the Mirror:’As soon as he went missing I had a look on the profile and thought, “That’s him”‘.
‘I have told the police what they need to know and the police can deal with it. I met him once and that was it, I never heard from him again.
‘I don’t know him, it’s not the first thing you do when you are on that website. It’s not as if you are inviting him around for tea and biscuits.’
Speaking about Corrie and April’s life, his mother Nicola Urquhart, 48, said: ‘They are young and were enjoying themselves. They were both seeing other people.’
Meanwhile, an account set up on dating website Plenty of Fish revealed how the serviceman described himself as ‘a princess’ who was looking for a relationship.
He created a profile on the Fab Swingers website in 2014, saying he was looking for straight and lesbian couples and single women aged 18 to 60.
Five months ago, Mr McKeague, of Dunfermline, Fife, who was stationed atRAF Honington in Suffolk, alsoopened a joint account on the partner swapping club with his April who is expecting their child later this year. It said ‘we are a young couple, but we know what we want.’
The joint profile appears to describe Corrie as Big C and his partner as little C as well as their personal details interests
Detectives have said they are examining the airman’s links to the website and other internet activity as part of their inquiries.
Mr McKeague vanished in September after becoming separated from friends while on a night out in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was last seen on CCTV in the town centre at 3.25am.
The mystery deepened yesterday as images from his Fab Swinger profile emerged alongside a photograph of him which reads: ‘Hello all, come say hi.’ Among the ‘interests’ he apparently listed were adult parties, blindfolds, cuckolding, making videos, role play, SM (sadomasochism), spanking and threesomes.
Several others were not suitable to print in a family newspaper. His list of ‘friends’ on the site include a mixture of couples, single men and women, and transvestites.
A review of an alleged encounter with Mr McKeague was posted by a 28 year old woman in April last year saying that he ‘turned up looking and smelling amazing’ and that it ‘didn’t take long for me to get his clothes off.’
It concluded: ‘Enjoyed every minute of it!’ A couple, whose comments could not be verified, recalled having a ‘good laugh and an amazing time’ in July 2015 with the airman, who they described as ‘hot hot hot’.
Mr McKeague also appears to have been active on a number of other sex and dating websites.
The serviceman’s family has previously acknowledged that he had profiles on Tinder and Plenty of Fish, and detectives have been passed screenshots of a page containing his image on the gay sex app Grindr. It was not clear last night if the page was genuine.
His Plenty of Fish account reads: ‘I’m the kinda of man that will ask you to meet before we Evian [sic] really know each other because that’s how I like to get to know people, face to face like how it should be’.
Last week, it was revealed April (pictured with his mother Nicola) was expecting a child due in the late spring. Miss Oliver said Mr McKeague did not know about the pregnancy
Officers confirmed that as part of their inquiries into Mr McKeague’s disappearance, detectives are examining his links to the swingers’ website and his other activities on social media.
In a Facebook post, his mother Nicola Urquhart, a policewoman, confirmed he had an account with Fab Swingers.