“I Couldn’t Walk The Next Day!” Pensioner, 80, Reveals Racy Sex Life & It’s The TV Moment Of 2020!

“I Couldn’t Walk The Next Day!” Pensioner, 80, Reveals Racy Sex Life & It’s The TV Moment Of 2020!
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An 80-year-old pensioner has become an internet sensation after revealing details of her rather raunchy sex life on morning television.

Iris Jones appeared on UK breakfast show This Morning and told of her struggles to marry her Egyptian “toy boy” – 35-year-old Mohamed Irbriham –  who she’d met on Facebook. You can check out the full 10-minute interview at the bottom of this article.

The show’s hosts, Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield, were soon left gobsmacked as Iris began revealing racy details of the pair’s first meeting when she flew to Cairo to meet her online beau.

“Oh, the first night?’ she asked. “Pretty…rough. It was rough. Nobody had been near me for 35 years, I thought I was a virgin again.

“Can I say what we used?” Iris asked politely. “An entire tub of KY jelly.”

As the revelations continued, Iris delivered this absolute beauty: “I couldn’t walk the next day… Saddlesore wasn’t the beginning of it.”

Iris, a mother-of-two, said the pair soon overcame their difficulties, but that “sex is not the important thing”.

Iris added she has to sleep on the settee because Mohamed is a fidgeter in bed.

Thankfully, the adults-only themes playing in a very family-friendly time slot didn’t attract complaints.

Instead, viewers loved Iris’ very intimate revelations. “Please tell me I’m not the only one watching this 80-year-old woman with her toy boy on This Morning,” one viewer tweeted.

Another added: “Oh my god, I’m speechless!” While another viewer said: “Iris single-handedly saved 2020.”

Check out the interview in full below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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