Getting intimate with total strangers has never been as easy as it is today — there’s a different app to use each day of the week. And the prevalence of pocket romances that quickly escalate to the horizontal fox trot is posing a problem as far as Queen Elizabeth II is concerned.
See, the Queen is really rich. I mean, not J.K. Rowling rich, but she’s doing alright for herself even without a boy wizard. And part of being Queen is having a hive of worker bees attending to your every need. She has about 800 of them at her beck and call. But when those worker bees are done buzzing around fetching her alka seltzer and rubbing her feet, a lot of them are cruising for trade outside the palace walls.
Well, Buckingham Palace police say the situation is out of control. Gay employees living on site at St. James Palace and the Royal Mews have been signing in Grindr dates on the regular to enter their private residences. That means they’re just a hop, skip and a jump away from Her Majesty.
“There are real and serious security concerns at Buckingham Palace about members of staff use of dating apps,” a security source told the Daily Mail.
“The palace police are particularly unhappy about the number of guests of servants staying overnight, especially when they may have only just met.”
But who can blame them? After a long day spent servicing the Queen, it’s only natural to want someone to service you in return. And everyone knows Elizabeth’s a prude.
h/t Gay Star News