62 percent women 'check phones while having sex'

Washington, July 25 : 62 percent of women have interrupted sexual encounters with their partners to check their cell phone, a new survey has revealed.

The same survey also found that only 48 percent men admitted to doing the same.

According to the survey of 1,747 men and women in England by VoucherCodePro.co.uk, the commonest reason as to why people interrupted their sexual tryst was to take a call (34 percent), read or reply to a text (24 percent) or an email (22 percent), News.com.au reported.

34 percent people, who confessed to checking while engaged in sex, said that their partner 'didn't mind' while there were only 4 percent people, who said that they used social media while pausing their sex to check phone.

--ANI (Posted on 25-07-2013)

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