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Officers confirmed that as part of their inquiries into Mr Mc Keague’s disappearance, detectives are examining his links to the swingers’ website and his other activities on social media.

Last week she said during an online Q&A session that her son was a ‘social hand grenade’.

Mrs Urquhart, a PC based in Scotland who has been critical of the Suffolk police inquiry into her son’s disappearance, added: ‘He makes choices others might not. Yes.’ She added: ‘He would put himself at risk because he believed he could handle himself.’Mr Mc Keague’s alleged profile on Grindr was set up two years ago, when he was 21, and carried the username ‘Bi Lad21’.

Would he go to a stranger’s house that he’s met on a dating site? His Fab Swingers account appears to have been deactivated late on Tuesday, moments after details of its existence became public on an internet forum.

Describing what a first date with him would be like, he wrote: ‘One you shall not forget.’The Grindr account bearing Mr Mc Keague’s image was spotted in October – a month after the RAF man disappeared – by a member of the public.

It said ‘we are a young couple, but we know what we want.’ Missing RAF airman Corrie Mc Keague (left) trawled the internet for casual sex and opened a joint account on the partner-swapping club with his 21-year-old girlfriend April Oliver with a scantily clad woman used as the profile picture (right)Detectives last night said they are examining the airman’s links to the website and other internet activity as part of their inquiries.

Mr Mc Keague vanished in September after becoming separated from friends while on a night out in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

However, police played down the suggestion that the missing RAF man was responsible for that activity, saying they believe his family had accessed the account.