Germans caught in traffic jams turn thoughts to sex

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BERLIN, May 20 (Reuters) - A third of German motorists fantasise about sex when stuck in traffic while only 10 percent think of finding an alternate route, according to a motor club survey published on Thursday. Eight percent think about how much petrol they have, seven percent about their next meal, and seven percent about going to a toilet. Six percent think about their careers. One in ten caught focus on their families, seven percent on shopping lists and another seven percent worry ...

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