BRITS are making the most of the weekend mini heatwave by heading outdoors for sex, a poll reveals.
But the heat has also turned up the dial on affairs, with one in two adults saying they are more likely to cheat on partners during a sunshine break.
BNPSBeaches are the most popular place for Brits to have sex outdoors[/caption]
Nine out of ten people said they have enjoyed al fresco romps, with beaches the most popular place.
Parks and pools were also favoured while four in ten liked their back garden, according to the Illicit Encounters dating app.
Relationship expert Jessica Leoni claimed the recent warm weather had led to more people looking for affairs.
She said: “After the last two years, a summer of love is just what we need.”
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Thousands headed to the beach yesterday as temperatures reached 20C (68F).
In Bournemouth, Dorset and Brighton, East Sussex, sunseekers enjoyed the blue skies.
Meanwhile, paddle boarders wearing blue and yellow made their way up the Stour for the Paddle for Peace event raising money for Ukraine.
Fire chiefs warned dry shrubland and grass were vulnerable to wildfires, with the Wiltshire and Dorset service issuing its first amber alert of 2022.
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It said: “An amber alert means that, should a wildfire be experienced, it could spread quickly and easily due to the dry conditions.
“The risk is greatest on large areas of open land, such as heathlands, fields and even cliffsides.”
Temperatures were predicted to reach 17C (63F) today but are expected to plunge to about 10C (50F) tomorrow before shooting up again towards the end of the week.
Bookmaker Coral makes it 2-1 that this summer goes on to become the hottest since records began.
ANDREW GARDENER /EDDIE MITCHELLBookies predict this summer could be one of Britain’s hottest ever[/caption]