Bristolians "choose smartphones over sex"
Bristolians would rather go without sex than their mobile phone, according to a new study.
In a survey of more than 1,000 people, 38 per cent of people from the city said they couldn’t go a month without their mobile phone, while only 30 per cent said they’d struggle to get by without sex.
But this wasn’t the only thing less important than a mobile phone in Bristol, as best friends (30 per cent), talking to parents (28 per cent) and alcohol (25 per cent) were all ranked lower than a mobile in the list of importance.
The prospect of going just a week without their handset left almost 1 in 5 people in Bristol feeling ‘lonely’, while 15 per cent said they would even miss Christmas dinner to retrieve their mobile phone.
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The survey was commissioned by mobile phone safety accessory, myBunjee. Last night Emma Jones and her partner Mark Ferguson, founders of myBunjee, appeared on Dragons’ Den and convinced Peter Jones to invest £75,000 in their product, which stops mobile phones from being lost, damaged or stolen.