Horny Bristol folk most likely to strip off for outdoor sex – so where does your town rank?

SAUCY Bristolians are the quickest in Britain to strip off in sizzling weather for an outdoor romp, a poll has found.

Researchers found randy locals in the city can’t wait to get their kit off and are less inhibited than the rest of Britain when the sun comes out.

Online greeting card company Thortful asked 2,000 Brit adults if they have had sex outdoors in public places – and got some incredible results back.

A frisky one fifth – 19 per cent – of Bristolians said when temperatures soar they enjoyed outdoor sex in public places such as parks, gardens, swimming pools, the beach and even the car.

By comparison only four per cent of people from Leeds said they go in for sex outside making them the least likely in Britain to get their kit off for outdoor sex in the summer.

After Bristol in second place came came the folk of Belfast where 14 per cent said they had done it outside in the summer.

Third came Birmingham on 13 per cent followed by Manchester on 12 per cent in fourth place and Glasgow joint fifth with Norwich on 11 per cent.

Newcastle came sixth on 10 per cent followed by Edinburgh and Southampton where nine per cent said they had sex in the sun placing the two cities joint seventh.

The Full List: Britain's towns most likely to have outdoor sex

Online greeting card company Thortful asked 2,000 Brit adults if they have had sex outdoors in public places – and got some incredible results back.

  1. Bristol – 19 per cent
  2. Belfast 14 per cent
  3. Birmingham – 13 per cent
  4. Manchester – 12 per cent
  5. Glasgow – 11 per cent
  6. Norwich – 11 per cnet
  7. Newcastle – 10 per cent
  8. Edinburgh 9 per cent
  9. Southampton – 9 per cent
  10. London – 8 per cent
  11. Liverpool – 7 per cent
  12. Sheffield – 7 per cent
  13. Leeds – 4 per cent

However it’s worth noting that a public romp could land you in trouble with the law.

There are a number of laws that could result in an arrest, such as outraging public decency contrary to common law, behaviour that is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to other users contrary to the Public Order Act 1986, offences of exposure, and sex in a public toilet.

However, police have adopted a more softly-softly approach in recent years and will probably only get involved if members of the public complain.

LESS FRISKY

Londoners were less frisky, with just eight per cent of people from the capital claiming they do it outside.

This was followed by Liverpool and Sheffield in joint ninth place on seven per cent – just ahead of bottom of the table Leeds.

Of those who have had outdoor sex, 81 per cent said it was in a car, 60 per cent said it was in a park, 56 per cent said it was in a pool and 54 per cent said it happened on a beach.

A spokeswoman said: “The results show Brits are far less prudish they we may have imagined.

“But some are obviously far more relaxed about making love outdoors than others, as our figures show.”