EASYJET has apologised after accidentally directing customers to a sex site peddling prostitutes.

A link on the firm’s holidays service was supposed to bring up a privacy policy.

 EasyJet has apologised after a website link accidentally sent customers to a porn site

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EasyJet has apologised after a website link accidentally sent customers to a porn siteCredit: Alamy

But a missing letter in the ­yourOnlineChoices.eu address meant customers were sent to a page promising to “fulfil all ­sexual dreams” instead of to an external EU guide relating how advertisers track website use.

The blunder was flagged by Nick Matulovich, who tweeted the firm to say: “What the actual hell?! Reading your cookie policy and you direct me to a porn site!

“Is it a test assuming no one ever reads this stuff? Nasty!”

EasyJet responded to say: “Thanks so much for spotting this unfortunate error and bringing it to our attention.

“We were missing just one letter.

“We’ve immediately corrected it and it now links to the intended page. We’re sorry for any offence caused.”

It comes just three days after The Sun revealed how the Royal Family’s official website mistakenly sent visitors to a Chinese porn site.

The official site had an incorrect link to a charity.

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