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Love Is (Not) In The Air In Leeds!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Leeds Loiners needn’t get hot under the collar at the prospect of a Public Display of Affection (PDA).

According to a survey carried out by LateRooms.com, romantic gestures in Leeds might not be dead but they are on life support and, if you’re in Belfast, be ready to be blue lighted to the local infirmary!

One thousand people were asked about PDAs, in any other language touching, nuzzling, or cuddling your loved one in public, with 43% of people in Leeds saying they felt uncomfortable at the prospect of a Public Display of Affection, beaten only by the folk of Belfast where almost half (47%) of those questioned, thought people should keep the their naughty shenanigans to themselves!

In a county renowned for its parsimony – a Yorkshireman is, allegedly, a Scotsman with his generosity removed – it comes as little surprise that the majority of Loiners thought that the most romantic gesture was doing absolutely nowt! Only 17% opted for dinner or a box of chocolates, just 2% higher than the equally ‘not-so-generous’ menfolk of Sheffield! An emerging theme?

Love Is (Not) In The Air In Leeds!, 10th February 2018, 16:57 PM