Daily Mirror

Time to stop working, it’s sex o’clock

- BY RUKI SAYID Consumer Editor

MILLIONS of Brits who now work from home are using the time they used to spend commuting having sex instead, a study shows.

Four in 10 of the 2,000 people polled are enjoying more time between the sheets now they no longer have to go to the office.

Flexible hours mean they are more adventurou­s with a quarter of couples trying new positions, according to sexual wellness brand Lovehoney.

Two thirds see sex as a release from the daily grind and a tenth dress in racy outfits to get pulses racing.

Lovehoney relationsh­ips expert Annabelle Knight said: “As long as you keep up with your work, why not? An hour of intimacy is a lot more fun than sitting in the work canteen.”

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