Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By KELLY JENK­INS kelly@sun­daysport.co.uk

AUS­TER­ITY mea­sures have hit jobs, government funded ser­vices and house prices – and it’s now been re­vealed the eco­nomic down­turn is prevent­ing women flash­ing the flesh!

Ac­cord­ing to a be­havioural psy­chol­o­gist, women are far LESS likely to strip off dur­ing a re­ces­sion.

It’s all down to in­se­cu­rity, worry and in­sta­bil­ity – caus­ing women to dress more con­ser­va­tively in a bid to feel more pro­tected.

Pro­fes­sor Stephen Cane, from the Univer­sity of West Lancs, ex­plained: “When times are good, eco­nom­i­cally-speak­ing, it cre­ates feel­ings of con­fi­dence and a gen­eral care­free at­ti­tude in mem­bers of so­ci­ety.

“Women tend to be­come more flir­ta­tious and un­in­hib­ited in the way they dress. Clothes be­come more re­veal­ing as women strip off to show a flash of leg, bare shoul­ders and back, or more cleav­age.

“In times of re­ces­sion, peo­ple are more wary. There’s a dark cloud in the air, mood is low­ered, and this is re­flected in the way peo­ple dress.

“For women, this tends to mean more con­ser­va­tive cloth­ing. They no longer feel as con­fi­dent about their looks, will cover up and are less likely to strip off and flirt.”

But there are still some women who can be counted on to flash the flesh – as you can see here.

Cassie Sum­mer, 28, flashed her pert bum on a night out in Lon­don, while Aisleyne Hor­ganWal­lace, 34, and a whole host of other busty babes flashed their boobs for the cam­eras.

“There are ex­cep­tions to ev­ery rule,” said Prof Cane.

And that’s great news for us!

Hay­ley Finch, 29, Cafe de Paris, Lon­don Jerri Byrne, 28, Stu­dio Val­bonne, Lon­don Leilani, 26, Whiskey Mist, Lon­don Aaliyah John­son, 27, Stu­dio Val­bonne, Lon­don Becky, 26, Cougar Pinks, Lon­don

Cassie Sum­ner, 28, Funky Bud­dah, Lon­don Sum­mer, 28, Stu­dio Val­bonne, Lon­don Lorena Lynx, 28, Stu­dio Val­bonne, Lon­don Aisleyne Hor­ganWal­lace, 34, Chi­nawhite, Lon­don Steph Knight, 23, Derby

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