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AS many of us make our way abroad for our summer holidays, a new study has shown British women are more likely to leave their inhibitions at home and have a fling when they're overseas.

And while many have thought ahead to having a one night stand on holiday, not all have thought ahead to contraception and risk their sexual health.

Research released by Bayer Schering Pharma shows 52% of women feel more open to the idea of a fling when on foreign soil, with one in 10 saying they're more relaxed when on holiday and confessing that it's a form of escapism.

However, while it may seem like a bit of harmless fun at the time, a summer fling doesn't tend to leave women feeling particularly romantic the morning after as 69% also say they've wanted to make a quick exit after a one-night stand, employing many tactics to get away.

A quarter said they felt they'd made a mistake, a quarter admitting they didn't want to see the other person again and just more than 20% said they were embarrassed.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 23, 2010
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