“People have sex in cars!” says GPS company
Driven to distraction: Survey suggests sex behind the wheel is more common than you’d think
Let’s hope they kept both hands on the wheel!
A new survey has found that 11 percent of drivers have had sex while driving.
The online questionnaire attempted to discover how much ‘living’ goes on in people’s cars – whether it be eating, using their phone or having sex.
Those aged 35 to 44 were the leading age group for acknowledging their sexual exploits in moving cars.
Source: Daily Mail, 31st October 2013
It doesn’t take much to make a headline, and hinting at the intricacies and intimacies of people’s outrageous sex lives is a sure-fire winner. Which company pushed the big red button marked SEX this time?
The Scout GPS survey, which involved around 2,000 people found men were three times more likely to admit to participating in sexual activity than women (17 percent and 5 percent respectively).
You GPS will get you laid? I wonder if it comes with a special downloadable map for that.