dating, workplace dating, workplace sex, sex at work, sex, relationships, colleagues

More than one third of Australians have admitted to having sex in the office in a recent poll of Australians and New Zealanders. The findings also revealed that Australian employees to be considerably more audacious than their counterparts across the ditch, especially the men with 50 per cent of male Australians saying they have had sex at work in the past, compared to just 16 per cent of the male New Zealanders polled by ELITESINGLES.

Unsurprisingly perhaps, it seems men are much more willing to follow through with their fantasies than women. While 41 per cent of women (compared to 85 per cent of men) admitted to having had sexual fantasies about a colleague, men are clearly more willing to take the risk – 45 per cent would be attracted to workplace sex compared to just 22 per cent of women.

What about the classic office sex locations? Only 3 per cent of women (19 per cent of men) see the photocopier as an attractive proposition. The lifts are similarly untouched – although 17 per cent of women admitted to fancying the idea (22 per cent of men), none admitted to making this a reality. The storage room is perhaps the place which most fulfils the stereotype – 35 per cent of men and 20 per cent of women would be tempted by an encounter here– although just 2 per cent of women and 15 per cent of men have to date.

dating, workplace dating, workplace sex, sex at work, sex, relationships, colleagues