A poll reveals that one in five Brits have had sex at the office. But one in four believes that gay sex should be illegal.
One in five Brits has had sex at work, according to a survey which brings a whole new meaning to the term "job satisfaction". The poll of more than 1,000 UK adults went several steps further in demolishing the image of the traditional repressed Brit. It found that one in five people did not believe that monogamy was desirable, while three out of 10 did not even think it was natural. However people remained socially conservative on some issues, with 45% of Britons feeling that gay couples should not be allowed to get married.So, do Americans screw at work more than the Brits do? We await your responses.
Surprisingly, the survey found that almost one in four Britons (24%) believed homosexual sex should be made illegal, a 1% increase in the proportion of people who believed this since 2002. Yet a third of those polled said they would consider selling their bodies for money, and 25% of men - though only 10% of women - were prepared to sleep with someone to advance their career, according to the specially commissioned ICM poll for The Observer.