Shag-happy men just want to come good

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SEX boffins say a quar­ter of Brit blokes rate reg­u­lar or­gasms as more im­por­tant than be­ing in love.

And one in six fel­las would leave his part­ner if she failed to sat­isfy him bed.

But de­spite sex be­ing cru­cial, fewer than half of men and women ad­mit be­ing “very happy” about how of­ten they or­gasm.

Siz­zling re­search by bonking brain­boxes re­veals 60 per cent were “very happy” about re­la­tion­ships.

But the fig­ure fell by 17 per cent for guys and six per cent for women when it came to bonking.

Tired­ness was the most com­mon cause for not reach­ing or­gasms.

And hit­ting the booze was sec­ond among fel­las, fol­lowed by job worries.

A quar­ter of 3,800 peo­ple quizzed said they felt un­der pres­sure to reach or­gasm ev­ery time they had sex.

Last week’s edi­tion of the Dragon’s Den- style se­ries saw punter Alan White­head at­tempt­ing to flog his col­lec­tion of rare Ti­betan Bud­dhist scrolls to a group of top an­tiques deal­ers.

He was af­ter £10,000 for the booty, but only walked away with a dis­ap­point­ing £2,500.

Host Anita Rani, 35, rightly pointed out that Alan used to be a drum­mer in top Six­ties band Mar­malade, fa­mous for their smash hit Re­flec­tions of My Life.

But that’s not Alan’s only claim to fame – be­cause we can to­day re­veal how he used to or­gan­ise X-rated glam­our model par­ties for our sis­ter pa­per Sun­day Sport!

Shrop­shire-born Alan, 68, worked hand-in-hand with Bri­tain’s breast news­pa­per to run the of­fi­cial Sun­day Sport Road­show.

The events saw babes like Lucy Gresty, Ali­son Brown, Gaynor Good­man and Char­maine Sin­clair putting on steamy shows for pay­ing pun­ters in pubs and clubs the length and breadth of Bri­tain.

The Road­shows ran be­tween 1989 to 1996, and be­came Bri­tain’s first ever tabledanc­ing troupe.

Speak­ing at the time about his kinky ex­ploits, Alan said: “A good ta­ble-dance is like mak­ing love. The at­trac­tion for a man is this beau­ti­ful girl be­ing very in­ti­mate with a com­plete stranger.

“At first I found it frus­trat­ing, then I just sat back and savoured it. It’s like look­ing at a cake and want­ing to eat it.”

Four Rooms con­tin­ues Fri­day, 8pm, Chan­nel 4.


Alan with the Road­show girls

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