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It’s not all good news, though, as the same survey found that almost a quarter (22 per cent) of uniformed Aussies have seen a relationship end because of long work hours.
We've made it so simple to meet other singles or start dating someone who's into you!The snap had a profile attached to it, labelling Hannah as “Emma, 31, single”.Hannah, from Barnsley, said: “I was absolutely horrified.I have no idea how my image ended up on the site but before I knew it I was getting messages from all over the world.”Hannah first discovered the photograph when a friend sent her a screenshot of the image from uniformdating.com, asking if the picture was of her.“I was stunned.My face was staring back at me and I had no idea how it had got there,” said Hannah. Hot on the heels of the consummation of its purchase of a French rival, the online dating company has bought a website that helps police officers and sailors to find love.
AIM-listed Cupid, which in July took over the Paris-based owner of Amour.com, has announced a deal worth up to £7 million to acquire Uniform Dating, a matchmaking site for uniformed personnel and those who fancy going out with somebody who wears a uniform.
Dozens of officers are trying to “collar” a law-and-order-loving sweetheart on sites like OKCupid.com, match.com, pof.com, and
But the crackdown has many cops pulling down their online profiles.
The deal will spark a multimillion-pound payout to Geoff Hyams, the former detective inspector with the Metropolitan Police who set up Uniform Dating to cater not only to the love needs of the police, but also of military personnel, firefighters and nurses.
“My name is Kelly and my (now husband) Roger and I met on your site.
The website boasts of being the “most popular online dating site in the UK for uniformed and non-uniformed singles looking to find someone special”.