Dozens of enthusiastic couples were reported to authorities for causing a disturbance through saucy screaming and groaning. Figures released under Freedom of Information laws show Stirling, which came second, lagged far behind with just two grievances. Aberdeenshire, Inverclyde and Perth and Kinross councils had just one gripe each lodged since last March.
Remember Me. Stop banging on the wall and start learning from them. I once lived above a tattoo shop in London.
Noisy sex isn't talked about half as much as it should be - especially when it comes to confronting that flatmate who keeps getting it on while hitting record breaking decibels - so it's sort of nice that the Swedish Health Minister recently defended it on Twitter. When a long suffering guy who was being kept up by his neighbour's late night romping tweeted to ask Gabriel Wikstrom if he could ban risque activities after 10pm, the minister replied: 'Sounds nice for them, I think. Good for their wellbeing and thus public health as well.
I once had a boyfriend who lived in one of those creaky old apartment buildings with noisy steam pipes and radiators that clang. Due to some mystery of its construction, noises carried vertically. In the kitchen, we heard neighbors three floors up cooking their dinner. In the bedroom, we heard sex.
Finding your information. Hey there, time traveller! A lot of middle-aged and older people live here and love it — until recently, that is.
I was sure that moany sex meant better sex; to me, the women who used those sounds while they humped were the poster children of the sexually free. I suspected that they were having the coitus of champions, which meant, of course, that there was something I was missing out on. As the years went on, I had other boyfriends, but my decibel level remained disappointingly similar.
Michelle Whelton hurled abuse at a woman in the street after her boyfriend moved in and they started making a lot of noise in Haverfordwest. A mum threatened a female neighbour after being enraged by her having "noisy sex", a court heard. Michelle Whelton, 49, hurled abuse at the woman as she left her home - and telling her: "Go and have sex in a field.
Single mum Gemma Walker made headlines last week when she was fined for disturbing neighbours with her raucous sex sessions. Gemma — who has two children aged nine and 13 from a previous relationship — was also recorded playing loud music, shouting and arguing, and was fined for her rowdy behaviour. The former careworker, from Middlesbrough, is now facing eviction — as her landlord is selling the three-bed house due to the complaints.