A man has admitted sleeping with a famous Australian racing driver during a night of drug-fuelled passion.
The anonymous man wrote in Daily Mail Australia columnist Jana Hocking’s popular Saucy Secrets issue that he met the woman after she recently became single.
‘After one [of] “Her breakups… we had bends and did lines on her,” the user wrote.
Meanwhile, another anonymous woman admitted she “took advantage” of an open relationship agreement with her partner.
“We have been in an open relationship for a year. “I met someone during this time for dates and hotel stays while my partner looked after our toddler,” she wrote.
A man has admitted to sleeping with a famous Australian racing driver during a drug-filled night of passion in Jana Hocking’s popular film Saucy Secrets
“So far it’s only me who has taken advantage of the situation and not my partner. “I get a full night’s sleep and a sex feast.”
“How did you manage to swing that?” Hocking marveled in her response.
Another woman told her that she had started having fun with a friend behind her husband’s back.
During a girls’ weekend, the woman revealed she shared a bed with her best friend and “one thing led to another” before the women started having sex.
“My husband is away this week, so she’s coming over tomorrow night for some more fun.”
The anonymous man wrote in Daily Mail Australia columnist Jana Hocking’s popular Instagram post “Saucy Secrets” that he met up with the woman after she recently became single. Archive image
‘After one [of] “Her breakups… we had bends and did lines on her,” the user wrote
Pictured: Daily Mail Australia columnist Jana Hocking
Meanwhile, another anonymous woman admitted she “took advantage” of an open relationship agreement with her partner
Meanwhile, another author wrote that she had gone astray in her marriage to a father at her children’s school.
After flirting with the father, the woman said she “stole a few cheeky kisses after being dropped off and then arranged a hotel afternoon last week.”
However, things didn’t go according to plan for the married mother of three.
“I have been seeing someone for dates and hotel stays during this time while my partner takes care of our toddler,” the woman wrote. Image from a photo agency
“This kind and lovable man was very bad.” [in bed].’
“He just had no idea,” added the woman, devastated by the failed affair.
“I’m grieving something that I thought would change my life.” “Man wants to know why I’m so sad.”
Another author admitted that she had gone astray while married to a father at her children’s school