Lap­danc­ing in bed­room tops fe­male fan­tasy poll

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GIV­ING a boyfriend or hus­band a horny pri­vate LAPDANCE at home is the most pop­u­lar fe­male fan­tasy, ac­cord­ing to a sur­vey.

The rude reve­la­tions were re­vealed in an on­line sur­vey of more than 4000 fe­males, be­tween the ages of 19 and 38.

It re­vealed: “Most women wouldn’t have the nerve to strip in pub­lic. Women love the idea of tan­ta­lis­ing with a strip­tease or a very sug­ges­tive lapdance.”

Ex­hi­bi­tion­ism came in sec­ond with many girls say­ing they’d love to give blokes a flash of cleav­age or stock­ings.

And be­ing taken against their will – by a hand­some hunk – came third, fol­lowed by watch­ing oth­ers bonk and tak­ing part in a horny three­some with two guys. THESE are the bounc­ing top-balls that in­spired tennis hero Andy Mur­ray to his first ever grand slam win!

British ace Mur­ray served his way to a his­toric vic­tory over No­vak Djokovic in the early hours of yes­ter­day morn­ing, as he clinched the US Open Cham­pi­onship in a dra­matic five-set match.

And we can sen­sa­tion­ally re­veal that Mur­ray was on top form be­cause THESE boobs had given him a stir­ring LOB on!

Saucy

Asked how he’d pre­pared for the tie in New York – which made him the first Brit to win a ma­jor ti­tle for 76 years – Mur­ray, 25, ad­mit­ted: “I stayed in and watched Wed­ding Crash­ers – it’s one of my favourite movies.”

One look at THESE saucy grabs from the 2005 com­edy flick – star­ring Owen Wil­son and Vince Vaughn – and it’s not hard to see why!

The movie sees top-heavy lovelies Diora Baird, 29, Rachel Sterling, 32, and Ivana Bozilovic, 34, all air­ing their fan­tas­tic as­sets for steamy NAKED bed­room scenes.

One sport­ing psy­chol­o­gist re­vealed: “Star­ing at mas­sive boobs on a TV screen is a sci­en­tif­i­cally-proven method for sports­men to psy­che them­selves up for an event.

“Andy got his prepa­ra­tion ab­so­lutely spot on – and it clearly paid off.”

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