According to a survey, one in five Britons STRIP OFF while watching TV series set in warmer climates.
According to study, one in five Britons STRIP OFF while watching TV series set in warmer climates.
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We’re all guilty of opting for heat over something more weather-appropriate, but it appears that what’s on TV is having an affect as well.
And 21% admitted to uploading sexy photos for social media when it’s too hot to wear much at all.
More over one-quarter (27%) of people have been made hot under the collar by a Baywatch episode, causing them to take their clothing off.
Other series with the same impact, according to research commissioned by energy business Utilita, include Bridgerton (23 percent), Selling Sunset (21 percent), and Below Deck (21 percent) (20 percent).
“Every day, our customers’ smart meters record millions of data points,” a Utilita representative said. “Our analysis showed that homeowners were turning on their heaters at least once a week throughout the summer – we wanted to learn why.”
It was also shown that just under a fifth (17%) of respondents turned on their central heating while watching a steamy show to make it feel more realistic.
In the winter, they did the opposite when viewing a show set in snowy settings, so they might feel just as cold as the people on TV.
In addition, 46% of individuals acknowledged to using their central heating during the summer months, which accounts for the majority of their energy bill.
More than a tenth (13%) admit to having the heating on “often” between May and September.
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Those who do turn on the radiators during the summer do so on average three times a week per household.
When the summer months arrive, four out of ten persons asked by OnePoll put their winter clothes away in storage, and 58 percent of them “resent” digging them out if the temperature lowers, forcing them to turn on the heat instead.
A spokesman for Utilita remarked, “We’re all guilty of.” Brinkwire Summary News