According to a survey, three in ten male Premier League fans have been banned from sex because their team beat their partner’s.
32 percent said they were denied a game by angry fans when their team won.
Manchester United fans suffer the most, with 61 per cent admitting they get at least a day of nothing to do if the Red Devils emerge victorious.
Tottenham were next at 60 per cent ahead of Crystal Palace at 59 per cent.
On the other hand, at Luton Town, there are only two percent of fans who say they don’t get a nookie after a big win.
Betting site FruitySlots.com surveyed 2,000 male fans and spokesman Robert Miller said: “We’re afraid to think about what it’s like between fans of big local rivals like Liverpool and Everton or Manchester United and Manchester City.”
“Of course, the key to a happy relationship is to support the same club.”
Earlier, The Sun reported that former Spain coach Luis Enrique had banned his players from participating in orgies ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
It was also reported that Chelsea stars ORGIES would be banned the night before games if Luis Enrique had been appointed manager.
But sex with her partners was supposedly okay.