One in 10 Brits don't change their pants every day

Published Wednesday, Oct 14 2015, 15:49 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
It's official – these latest hygiene revelations are gross.

A new study has revealed that people living in the south are much dirtier than northerners, with Portsmouth residents being named the worst.

One in 100 people admitted they don't use loo paper after going to the toilet, and that they don't wipe themselves at all. Shudder.

Disgustingly, 10 per cent of Brits don't change their pongy pants every day.

Portsmouth has been named as the dirtiest place in the UK by a new study

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10 per cent of us wear our dirty undies for days

Worse still, there was a gruesome one per cent who said they struggle to change their undies once a week!

While Portsmouth was outed as the least hygienic British city, with only 61 per cent of residents saying their personal hygiene is important, Worcester was named the cleanest.

The study by Geberit AquaClean saw 2,000 questioned and revealed the average monthly spend on personal hygiene throughout the UK is £29.57.

We'd like to urge everyone to spend just a few more pounds and buy some new knickers!

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