Image copyright Getty ImagesFacebook has removed a group in which landlords were offering young men free accommodation in return for sex. A BuzzFeed News investigation found dozens of UK posts on Facebook, Craigslist and RoomBuddies offering men a place to live in return for sex. Offering accommodation in exchange for sex is illegal under the Sexual Offences Act 2003. Facebook and RoomBuddies said they removed such adverts when they were reported. BuzzFeed News found posts on several sites including Facebook, created by men seeking "houseboys" or "live-in personal assistants". Many of the posts were explicit about the nature of the agreement. "This position would ideally include sex and lots of affection from our boy," said one post. "You will clean and provide sexual services in return for free accommodation and board," said another. The news site also found posts from those desperate to find accommodation who had turned to Facebook as a last resort. "Willing to [go] where eve..