Woman saws off hand for compo
THE 10 biggest sex lies told by both men and women have been revealed.
Women’s most popular lie is to reduce the real number of men they have slept with.
More than half of women (52 per cent) said they had cut the real figure of their past lovers when talking about previous relationships with a new lover or friends.
Men’s most popular lie was to deny ever cheating on a previous partner.
Four out of 10 men (44 per cent) said they hidden previous infidelity because they were worried it would put off a new lover.
The results are in a new survey of 2,000 men and women, split evenly between the sexes, by IllicitEncounters. com, the UK’s leading dating site for married people.
The second biggest female sex lie was to fake an orgasm – 46 per cent of women have done this.
In third place was saying ‘I love you’ when they don’t really mean it followed by lying to friends about how much sex they’re having with a new partner.
The second biggest male sex lie was denying they ever watch porn, chosen by 42 per cent of male respondents, and third was saying they rarely masturbate (36 per cent).
In fourth place was telling a white lie about a woman looking great then about the number of past lovers – but unlike women, 28 per cent of men are likely to increase rather than decrease their total.
IllicitEncounters.com spokesman Christian Grant said: “Both sexes like to tell sex lies but it is interesting to discover just how different those lies are.” A WOMAN has been accused of deliberately cutting off her hand with a CIRCULAR SAW for an insurance claim.
The 21-year-old and a relative are still in custody and face up to eight years in jail if convicted.
The woman, who recently took out injury insurance, stood to gain £340,000 in compensation plus monthly payments of £2,600 from the policy.
Four members of the family, who said she had injured herself while sawing branches, were held then released.
Police say the group deliberately cut the woman’s hand above the wrist at their home in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The group left the severed hand behind rather than bring it to hospital – to make the disability permanent – but medics recovered it in time to sew it back on.