Kyle and Jackie O are shocked as a listener reveals she broke lockdown for a bondage hookup


The awkward moment a Kyle and Jackie O listener reveals she broke Sydney’s lockdown to have BONDAGE sex with a stranger she met online

A kinky Kyle and Jackie O listener revealed on Wednesday she’d breached Sydney’s strict lockdown last week to have bondage sex with a man she met online.

The woman, who had called in for the Tradie vs Lady quiz segment, admitted to the sexual encounter with a man who lives outside her household and is not a regular intimate partner – which isn’t allowed under the city’s current lockdown restrictions.

KIIS FM newsreader Brooklyn Ross reminded her Sydney was in lockdown to limit the spread of Covid-19, but host Kyle Sandilands joked the listener and her random hook-up were in their own ‘bondage bubble’. 

Oh, dear! A Kyle and Jackie O listener has revealed she breached Sydney’s strict lockdown last week to have bondage sex with a man she met online. Pictured: host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson

‘I found someone who lives near me… I met someone online… he came to mine,’ the woman explained. 

Kyle then asked: ‘[So] he came to yours, tied you up, had sex with you and then left?’

‘Amazing!’ he added.

After realising the woman was talking about a hook-up from just a few days ago, Brooklyn told her she’d broken lockdown by inviting the man into her home for sex. 

Awkward: The woman, who had called in for the Tradie vs Lady quiz segment, admitted to the sexual encounter with a man who lives outside her household and is not a regular intimate partner - which isn't allowed under the lockdown restrictions. Pictured: host Kyle Sandilands

Awkward: The woman, who had called in for the Tradie vs Lady quiz segment, admitted to the sexual encounter with a man who lives outside her household and is not a regular intimate partner – which isn’t allowed under the lockdown restrictions. Pictured: host Kyle Sandilands

While it’s unclear where exactly the listener was calling from, there are strict lockdown rules for the Greater Sydney area and even tighter restrictions for the Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool local government areas. 

Overnight, it was revealed the NSW lockdown would be extended for another four weeks.

There were 177 new coronavirus cases announced on Wednesday, with 46 infectious in the community.

Positive message: Kyle made headlines last week when he encouraged Australians to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with his 'Get Vaxxed Baby' song

Positive message: Kyle made headlines last week when he encouraged Australians to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with his ‘Get Vaxxed Baby’ song

There are only a handful of essential reasons why people can leave their homes in greater Sydney, including caring and compassionate grounds – like visiting a partner if you don’t live together – and to buy groceries. 

Kyle made headlines last week when he encouraged Australians to get vaccinated against Covid-19 with his ‘Get Vaxxed Baby’ song.

The shock jock, who has had both doses of the Pfizer vaccine, later rubbished a false conspiracy theory he was paid by the government to promote the vaccine. 

Setting the record straight: The shock jock, who has had both doses of the Pfizer vaccine, later rubbished a false conspiracy theory he was paid by the government to promote the vaccine

Setting the record straight: The shock jock, who has had both doses of the Pfizer vaccine, later rubbished a false conspiracy theory he was paid by the government to promote the vaccine 

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