A cleaner in a Bristol hospital complained to her bosses after walking in on a heavily pregnant woman having sex with her partner on the ward, while waiting to have her baby induced. As you do.
The worker decided to investigate when she heard moaning coming from the woman’s room and was surprised to discover that it wasn’t caused by labour pains. (Although, we’re not quite sure how you’d confuse those two rather distinct types of man).
The woman was told that there is no rules against frisky couples having sex on the ward, but it’s recommended they place a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the the door. A hospital source told the Daily Mail: “Other patients on the unit heard the commotion and were upset. The cleaner was utterly shocked.
“She was amazed to be told it was OK. The hospital’s advice appears to be just to put a sign up – amazing.”
There’s no definitive proof that having sex can be used to trigger labour, but that doesn’t stop eager couples giving it a red hot go.
(A la Ross and Rachel)
This isn’t the first time we’ve written about couples doing the deed in the delivery room either. Earlier this year we found out that it’s not uncommon for couples to be caught in the act mere hours after the birth of their child.
Read the previous post below.
By AVI VINCE