Brits get frisky in public

Ananova News

Over half of British adults have had sex in a public place, a new survey has found.

According to Sky the annual sex poll by FHM also found that 56% of men and women admitted to having been unfaithful in a relationship.

One in three women said they had faked their orgasms, while nearly a third of British men and 38% of British women said they had lost their virginity at 16 or under.

Commenting on the results, sex therapist Denise Knowles said about sex in public spaces: "People are all looking for that buzz and adrenaline in all aspects of their lives.

"The idea of getting caught out has always been in the fantasy books."

The relationship expert added that she was not surprised at the number of people who had been unfaithful.

"It's obvious that unfaithful behaviour has increased greatly over the years. There is more and more opportunity for affairs, with people going out more, and women going out to work.

"There is also a more relaxed attitude to sex and infidelity, and that kind of cocktail means more people are going to be unfaithful."