A woman was left traumatised after hearing a couple allegedly having sex in a H&M store.
The 24-year-old woman went into the fitting room at the high-street brand's branch in Cheltenham to try on clothes, only to walk into a cubical and find the amorous pair getting it on.
The young woman - who asked to remain anonymous - told Gloucester Live: "At first, I thought nothing of the fact that the changing room I had tried to go in was empty but had clothes hanging up. I just figured the girl was talking to a friend, looking in a mirror somewhere. But then I started hearing kissing, and it became almost constant. I realised she must have gone into the one next to mine, which had the curtains firmly drawn."
A woman weighing 50 stone wants to get fatter. Monica Riley's dream is to be the world's largest lady and so she is aiming to reach a massive 70 stone to break the record, and she is willing to risk becoming unable to walk.
According to the Metro newspaper, Monica - who has her boyfriend Sid cook for her - said: "The plan is to reach 1,000lbs [50 stone] and become immobile. I would feel like a queen because Sid would be waiting on me hand and foot and he's excited about it, too." Monica also said that her size and inability to move turns both of them on. She added: "It's a sexual fantasy for us and we talk about it a lot. He already has to help me get off the sofa and get me out of bed. If I lay down after a big dinner, he has to help me roll over because my belly is too full for me to roll - it's a big turn-on for both us."
An album made for cats is to be released.
The Littersweet Symphony, aimed at a feline audience, has been created by scientist David Teie, who is allergic to the animal. However, that didn't stop him launching a crowdfunding page for the record and raising hundreds of dollars to release it. According to 'Sky News', the project caught the eye of Universal Music, who they say are now to release the compilation on October 28.
Older men who have sex on a regular basis are more likely to suffer a heart attack, according to scientists.
The new study by Michigan State University found that males over the age of 57 - who engage in sexual activity a minimum of once a week - could suffer a "cardiovascular event". According to the research, first published by the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, the results were the complete opposite for women. As reported by the Metro newspaper, ladies who have "extremely pleasurable sex" could experience a lower blood pressure rate, among other health benefits.