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MY mum said the best time to ask my dad for any­thing was dur­ing sex. Not the best ad­vice. I burst in the bed­room say­ing: “Can I have a new bike?” He was very up­set. His sec­re­tary was sur­pris­ingly nice about it. MIL­LIONS of peo­ple have ac­ci­den­tally texted a sexy snap of them­selves to the WRONG per­son.

A sur­vey says 1-in-7 of Bri­tain’s 50 mil­lion mo­bile users have pressed “send” to the wrong num­ber.

But while three-quar­ters of those peo­ple ad­mit they were drunk and re­gret­ted send­ing the mes­sage, hardly any fel­las re­ceiv­ing saucy snaps com­plain!

And the mis­take hap­pens so of­ten a web­site has been set up to doc­u­ment the erotic er­rors.

Alan Tibbs, 29, is the head of wrongnum­ba­boobs.com and says he’s had hun­dreds of submitted pic­tures.

He said: “I’m amused at what peo­ple send – I just use boob pics but some of the stuff is well rude.”

Alan, from Birm­ing­ham, kindly al­lowed us to pub­lish a small se­lec­tion from his site here.

A spokesman for mo­bile­phonein­sur­ance.co.uk, which car­ried out the sur­vey, said: “The num­ber of peo­ple who had sent a rude mes­sage ac­ci­den­tally to the wrong per­son was a shock.”

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