Johnny Foreigner exposes England football fans as cheaters

by Alfie FEATHERSTONE on May 20, 2010

A new survey has exposed England football fans as the biggest cheaters when it comes to the World Cup 2010 in South Africa.

In a poll, conducted by Johnny, 45 per cent of all England fans that were currently in a relationship or married and heading to the African nation for the championship intended to take a tumble between the sheets with someone other than their partner. The travel website garnered responses from over 9,000 fans across the world revealing that the English were most likely to cheat.

Coming in near the bottom, the Americans were one of the least likely to admit to planned ’sexcapades’ when heading over to take in the sporting event. Germany, despite posing a considerable threat on the pitch, came in low in the polls also for number of fans that planned to cheat.

Johnny Foreigner CEO Leon Jacobs said: “John Terry’s departure as England captain has not seemed to stop his inspiration off the pitch, with many England fans looking to get busy in the bedroom during the biggest sporting event on the planet.

“In this worrying time of HIV/AIDS, however, Johnny Foreigner would like to encourage supporters from all nations to practice safe sex during the tournament and wear a condom to avoid sexually transmitted diseases.

“South Africa is a country with extremely high rates of HIV and it is best to avoid all sexual contact rather than going unprotected and risk infecting loved ones back home. We urge all football fans to be responsible.”

Johnny Foreigner is the UK’s premier travel agent for World Cup packages including sight seeing, travel arrangements and accommodation. The Three Lions will be among the major clubs participating in the 2010 championship.

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