Omegle: 'I'm being used as sex-baiting bot' on video chat site

Published:  Wed 14 Apr 2021

Written by:  BBC News

Michael was 14 when he first went on to the video chat site Omegle.

He'd heard about it at school and was intrigued by its notorious reputation for unpredictable and weird encounters.

Within a few hours of being paired at random with strangers, he says he was linked up with an older woman who persuaded him to show her his penis.

"I'm not sure if she was an adult or not, but she was definitely older than me," he says.

Read more at BBC News.

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