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The documentary highlights the sinister and dangerous side of online dating, exploring some of the most extreme cases of online deception.

Channel 4 is to enter the competitive market of online dating.

Anyone who visits the broadcaster's (yet to launch) website will be able to apply to date pre-selected members of the public. Their first date will be filmed for an interactive documentary series, entitled Date Night.

Outraged viewers slammed the programme, hosted by Anna Richardson, over a “lack of morals” while others questioned why more male than female genitalia was shown. Later, bisexual masseuse Mal, had three men and three women to choose from.

According to the Sun, in 48 minutes, not including commercials, the show flashed a total of 282 shots of penises and 96 vaginas. Her search triggered 100 shots of men’s intimate parts of 82 of women’s.

In the new age of technological and social efficiency, Channel 4's looking to cut out a few major steps in the dating process: get naked first, actually learn about each other's personalities second.

They're introducing , which they promise will push the boundaries of the traditional dating show with what they call (via The Mirror), "a daring new dating series that starts where some good dates might end - naked." The show sees both a single man and a single woman each presented with six potential dates to choose from, all standing before them entirely in the nude; with the chosen couples then heading off on a date to see if those initial instincts turn out to be correct.

The show sees six contestants bare all while standing in acrylic boxes, with their faces covered, as a fully-clothed hopeful picks a love interest based solely on their naked body.

Later in the show, which was watched by 1.3m intrigued people, faces are revealed and the dater strips off too. ” Paul Bassett Davies added: “Can’t decide whether to watch #Naked Attraction on C4 or drink a bottle of vodka, go to church in my pyjamas, and beg God to forgive us.” During the show there were 175 shots of penises as the first dater, music producer Ania, started her search before her privates were shown 11 times in quick succession.

’" Although the show is due to air in June, nothing has been filmed yet because of this “interactive” element, explained Chambers.

“We’re going to take over a restaurant on a Saturday night and broadcast the show [the following] Thursday night.

A new Channel 4 dating programme that sees contestants strip off on camera has sparked a sexism row after showing nearly three times more shots of naked men than women.