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8th Feb 2012 11:46am | By Editor
One in ten 18-25 year olds have lost their virginity while on holiday, according to a poll of almost 2000 young Brits.
Online travel agency sunshine.co.uk also found that 98 per cent of those who lost their virginity on holiday never saw the person they slept with again after going home.
Worse, a massive 61 per cent admitted that they now regretted losing it while abroad.
When asked what kind of holiday they'd been on when they popped their cherry, a whopping 47 per cent said it had been an "18-30s style" getaway.
However, it would appear that a rowdy holiday isn't necessarily what tourists need to get randy. Almost a third - 29 per cent - said they had been on a "quiet holiday with friends" when they got down and dirty.
And 16 per cent had been on a "family holiday" when they stole away to get it on.
The survey also found that half of everyone polled had enjoyed a holiday romance. Of the 49 per cent who said they had met someone abroad, 12 per cent continued the relationship once the holiday was over.
But the vast majority - 72 per cent - said that what had happened on holiday stayed on holiday, while 16 per cent said the romance had continued only "briefly" after getting home.
Chris Brown, co-founder of sunshine.co.uk, said: “When on holiday, you need to be really careful when it comes to mixing with people you don’t know. As silly as it may sound to some, ‘stranger danger’ is a real worry and should be taken seriously. More than that, jumping into anything too quickly could well end in a broken heart for some.”
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