Women warned against sexy text chat
Young Britons are being warned to steer clear of sending sexy text messages this Valentine?s Day.
A new poll for Dot mobile found that eight out of ten 18-25-year-olds have indulged in steamy sex chat over the past tear, with 31 per cent admitting to going 'all the way' and having 'text sex'.
However, with 40 per cent of the 3,000 people quizzed planning to send a text rather than a card this Valentine's, Brits are being warned to make sure they send messages to the right person.
Six out of ten mobile phone users surveyed said that they had sent a sexy text to someone other than their partner, with many sent by accident to bosses, colleagues, friends, ex-partners and parents.
Almost one in five respondents (17 per cent) said they had allowed text chat to develop into an affair and 65 per cent of text cheats said that their mobile had led to them being caught out.
Freddie Shirley, from Dot mobile, told Life Style Extra: "Our guide to flirting by text should ensure success this Valentine?s Day ? you need to make it funny, not too smutty and, most importantly, make sure you send it to the right person."
? Adfero Ltd