Porn and parliament are two different worlds altogether. Yet, in case of British Parliament, it doesn't seem so.

A staggering number of attempts to visit porn sites have been made on parliamentary computers during 2014, The Telegraph reports.

Almost 250,000 attempts to visit porn websites were made on parliamentary computers last year, the report reads.

It further says that some 42,000 visits were made to pornographic pages in April – more than 1,300 a day. April is followed by October at 30,000 visits to pornographic sites.

Source: Source: The Telegraph

What's interesting is that this isn't the first such instance where the parliamentary computers have been used for accessing porn sites. In 2013, around 350,000 hits to restricted websites were recorded.

The latest information has been revealed under a Freedom of Information disclosure to Express.co.uk.

More than 247,000 attempts to visit X-rated sites were made on the Parliament's network last year, with figures spiking when MPs were on holiday from the chamber, the Express report reads.

David Cameron had previously promised to block hardcore porn from "the darkest corners of the internet” by default because he claims it is "corroding childhood".

The Prime Minister said in 2013, "For a lot of children, watching hardcore pornography is in danger of becoming a rite of passage. I will do whatever it takes to keep our children safe."

But the current revelations confirm how far has he kept that promise.