I bedded my hot boss at my work Christmas party – he lasted two minutes, I was crushed & couldn’t face him after 0 197

NEARLY half of Brits admitted to lusting over a work colleague in our Christmas sex survey – and for Sarah Barns, the object of her fantasies was her boss.

Describing him as “confident and good looking”, the hairdresser from Cheshire told how she’d long dreamed about bedding him.

Matthew PoverSarah Barns regretted having sex with her boss at the Christmas party[/caption]

The 26-year-old was working as an admin assistant at an insurance company at the time and decided the office Christmas party was her time to strike.

She told The Sun how she sneakily gifted her boss mistletoe in their Secret Santa and made eyes at him all evening as the booze began to flow.

But after months of anticipation, Sarah said she was left bitterly disappointed by her boss’ performance in the sack.

She explained: “I was attracted to my boss straight away.

“He was good-looking and confident, we hit it off and had great chemistry.

“When December rolled around I couldn’t wait for our work Christmas party and hoped we’d get it on.

“Everyone started drinking in the office early and I gave him mistletoe in the Secret Santa.

“We kept exchanging flirty glances over prosecco and ended up sneaking off together to his office.”

Things moved very quickly for the pair and soon they were in the throes of passion.

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“We started snogging and one thing led to another and we ended up sleeping together,” she added.

However, it wasn’t long before Sarah’s festive fantasy became a holiday horror story.

Sarah said: “He lasted about two minutes, leaving me crushed and disappointed.”

Today we revealed the results of The Sun’s exclusive sex survey which found 15 per cent of people have cheated on their partner at their Christmas bash and 10 per cent plan to do it this year.

While some believe ’tis the season to get frisky’, Sarah firmly disagrees and admits bedding her boss was a “big mistake”.

She said: “I couldn’t face him after that night, but at least none of our colleagues ever suspected anything as we weren’t gone long enough.”

Sarah joins other bonking Brits who shared their saucy festive secrets with The Sun.

Our sex survey, which polled 2,000 adults, revealed 42 per cent of people lusted over a colleague and 17 per cent had slept with a co-worker at the Christmas party.

Of those who had cheated on their partner at the work bash, 51 per cent bedded a colleague, 27 per cent a boss and 17 per cent a “hot stranger in a bar”.

One fifth of Brits claim to have sex every day during the festive period and more than half, 53 per cent, make love between one and three times a week.

Around 30 per cent of Brits said they had kinkier sex in the run-up to Christmas and the majority, 34 per cent, had experimented with roleplay.

Surprisingly, eight per cent had given erotic “food-play” a go, including some who used Christmas dinner staples.

Our survey also found Jack Grealish and Margot Robbie are the celebs most Brits want to bed.

Matthew PoverSarah said she regrets sleeping with her boss[/caption] .The Sun’s exclusive study found 17 per cent of Brits have slept with a colleague at the work Christmas party[/caption]

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