Now that we have your attention, some eyebrow-lifting news that we feel merits a bit of, well, exposure: Travelodge recently released a new report on the rise in male hotel guests sleepwalking in their birthday suits.
The budget chain's annual "sleepwalker audit" revealed a seven-fold increase in the number of sleepwalking guests at 310 hotels in the UK. Men in the buff accounted for a whopping 95 percent of the sleepwalkers. One unfortunate gentleman guest even managed to get himself locked out of the hotel and later arrested. To deal with the growing predicament, Travelodge has asked its receptionists to keep an extra stock of towels behind the desk in order "to preserve a nude sleepwalker's dignity."
IT doesn't mean to poke fun at sleepwalking—a serious disorder by all accounts—but still, we can't help but giggle at the thought of an unsuspecting hotel receptionist being asked for a copy of the newspaper by some naked, clueless bloke mid-snooze.