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Neighbors Complain After Mansion Is Turned Into Location For 24/7 Porn Webcast

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Neighors across an Arizona suburb have voiced their anger after an adult website began to broadcast content 24 hours a day on their street.

The site, Fratpad.com, showcases a hoard of naked male housemates, who have just moved into a seven-bedroom mansion in Paradise Valley, to adult subscribers that can also pay to chat to the men privately.

Their website shows, both naked and partially dressed, pictures of the 12 men in the 7,500 square-foot property, which includes seven bathrooms, a jacuzzi, and a cinema room.

This business venture though has been met with the ire of local residents who have criticised the ‘pornography house’ that has opened up in the middle of their neighorhood.

One homeowner has already written to each resident, warning them of the activities that are taking place in the abode. He then hopes that they will themselves complain to the City Council about it.

Lee Morris, another resident in the area, told AZFamily.com, that the house ‘should not be tolerated.’

However Fratpad’s owner, John Marsh, believes that his business is good for Paradise Valley, stating, “[We have] really saved that house from foreclosure. We’ve been taking very good care of it.”

He did acknowledge that the website is ‘adult-orientated’ and designed for the more mature viewer, but did add that his company has ‘other website properties that are operated in other locations that are much more sexually explicit than Fratpad.’

Police have investigated the property, which is valued at $1.74 million, but have not found any code violations. Would you like to live next to Fratpad’s mansion?

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