Shag-happy men just want to come good
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.
LAPPING IT UP:
Alan with the Roadshow girls