Nearly three percent of British women have sex in the office

A British survey shows that two percent of the local women said they had sex in the office, of which 60% said they did not regret it.
According to the Hong Kong newspaper "Ming Pao" reported that the Britishwomen's website visited two thousand aged between 18 to 35 years of professional women. Eighty percent of the respondents said they had flirting with their male colleagues in the office. Eighty per cent thought that the flirting of the office was not only helpful but also increased their confidence in the work. Another 20% of the respondents said that as long as they can be promoted, they do not mind to the boss "selling hue."
Web site host Hayes said: "Modern professional women, are very willing to flatter male colleagues self pride, they believe that the office flirt can bring a little fun for the work, and even help them raise wages.
"As the office sex more and more common, and in order to improve work efficiency and to avoid the relationship between men and women affect the operation of the company, some large organizations have begun to prohibit men and women in the company in love."
While a German survey found that 20% of the respondents said they had fallen in love with colleagues, half of them said that their office love to maintain at least a year.