PERSONAL trainer Danny Wagster, 27, from Manchester, is single and doesn’t plan on settling down any time soon.

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He says: “My sex life is fast and furious. When I go out, I have women hanging off me. I usually sleep with five or six different girls a week.

At 18, I started working out in the gym and began getting a lot of attention from women, so I took advantage of it. Even though I had a girlfriend, I slept around, and during the two years we were together I bedded about 50 girls behind her back. I’m not proud of it, but I was young. I found the attention flattering. Over the last decade, I’ve had around 2,500 partners – and I’ve only cared about two of them.

Sex is definitely an addiction. The longest I ever go without it is two days. If I’m with a girl I’m really attracted to, I want to sleep with her constantly. I once got a cheeky w**k in the queue at Alton Towers, and then we had sex in the gardens. I’ve also done it in loads of disabled toilets and in clubs and pubs – it keeps things exciting.

I’ve had threesomes, and sometimes it’s more than one woman a night. On one occasion, I had sex with four girls in the space of 24 hours in a hotel room in Manchester.

I didn’t even have time to change the bedsheets. I know a lot of girls, and either I’ll call them, they’ll call me or I’ll meet them on Instagram, Facebook or in strip clubs.

I like beautiful girls and have good judgement, but sometimes booze can interfere. If I wake up at my place and discover a girl’s unattractive, I’ll call them a cab and they can wait outside.

There’s no point beating around the bush. I once woke up and realised a girl had a nose like a Boeing 747, so I escaped out her window wearing her daughter’s size-five trainers. I left mine and my Roberto Cavalli leather jacket in the sitting room where she was sleeping.

The idea of being in love is nice, but I don’t like the reality. Growing up, my dad wasn’t around. He’s got 12 kids with five different women. I don’t know whether that’s got anything to do with the way I am now. My mum raised me, but our relationship has become more distant as I’ve got older. She definitely disapproves of my behaviour.

SOURCE: The Sun