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Sun, Sea & STD

by | 4th, February 2004

‘JUST about the only British tourists not bonking like rabbits are the crew in the I’m A Celebrity… jungle.

Foam home

Had the producers of the TV show only located it in a clearing in an Ibiza club, right now the whole lot of Bests, McPaddings and Ruddocks would be rutting in a sea of flesh and foam.

Because Ibiza is the place where, according to the Mirror, almost 20,000 of us Brits have sex with more than one person every year.

The survey by a professor at Liverpool’s John Moores University found that a quarter of men and one in seven women from the UK claim to have had more than one sexual partner during their stay on the island.

And 11 per cent of men and three per cent of women said they had romped with six or more people.

Now there must be a certain dose of salt added to such a survey, since men will surely up their body count and women lower theirs. But that’s not the only dose in this affair.

Whereas sex is a ‘bonk-barmy’ story in the Sun, in the Mail’s wringing hands, it’s very much a case of ‘Ibiza rave tourists risk sex diseases’.

The Mail then treats its readers to a story about Aids, sexually transmitted diseases – one in ten 16 to 19-year-olds has chlamydia – and, most shockingly of all, the news that 85 of every 1,000 visitors to Ibiza would have sex with a foreigner.

And that includes Australians, like Peter Andre…’

Posted: 4th, February 2004 | In: Tabloids Comment | TrackBack | Permalink