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GAY hook-up websites have turned into a ‘full free-for-all’ for ice hockey, and also a major contributor to the problem, an ex-addict says. WARNING: Graphic content.

Recovering ice enthusiast Jay Morris speaks about his descent into drug addiction and his courageous battle to escape it.

Warning, picture content might upset some readers.

GAY hook-up websites have become the online equivalent of a sprawling red-light district, with ice hockey traded for sex on each interactive corner and doorways opening to rooms where guys are filmed injecting meth and with sex.

Contact websites including Grindr and BBRTS operate without regulation as national authorities admit they want more focus on the online drug activity.

Jay Morris, 24, a recovering addict who from 2012 turned into a homosexual escort trading sex for the drug, is calling on governments to shut gay hook-up websites until they enforce better moderation.

"These websites will need to be tracked and closed down," said Mr Morris, that has been in rehab in Wagga Wagga since October following two extreme years on ice.

Recovering . Former ice user Jay Morris, 24, is under treatment for his addiction at the Wagga Wagga Drug and Alcohol Centre. Picture: Gary Ramage Source:News Corp Australia.

"The gay scene is out of control on ice. It’s a comprehensive free-for-all. You can watch people shooting up live on camera. "

On Grindr, codes such as https://alldaybang.com/ "T" (such as Tina, or ice) or a logo showing a puff of smoke, indicates the individual is looking for an instant liaison and contains ice to trade for sex, or to sell.

Chris Dawson, the Australian Crime Commission, Chris Dawson, consented the net was "a largely unregulated community".

Cyber expert Dr Gregory Urbas in the University of Canberra stated the websites, and also the participants, were on the wrong side of the law.

"Pretty clearly people are breaking the law," he stated, pointing into Commonwealth telecommunications law that prohibited phones and the net being used to distribute a prohibited drug.

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