CARAVAN holidays are a tentative step towards kinky retirement-age swinging, the nation’s grandparents have admitted.
Retired couples like Roy and Janice Hobbs are buying caravans for the sense of freedom, inexpensive holidays and potential for getting it on with other broadminded seniors.
Janice Hobbs said: “We love setting up camp, meeting interesting people and wondering if other freewheeling caravanners are up for a bit of slap and tickle.
“We’ve heard there’s a bit of a ‘scene’ and owning a caravan is a definite in. We’ve not had much luck yet, but we think the polite chit chat and occasional barbecue is probably caravan swinger hazing.”
Roy Hobbs said: “We’ve left the family at home and loaded up on Cialis. We’re completely free spirits and we’re ready for some hot caravan action.
“Admittedly the last couple we met just wanted to visit a cathedral and talk about chemical toilets. I didn’t expect people who own a caravan to be so square, but we did have some very nice scones in a tea shop.
“I’m sure we’ll meet some swingers soon but if not we’ll just have to look up dogging on the internet.”