20pc Brit couples sleep apart due to partners' annoying bedtime habits
London, Mar 4 (ANI): One in five British couples sleep apart due to partners' bedtime habits, a new survey has revealed.
The complaints include snoring, taking too much space and being bashed as unsettled bedfellows thrash about, reports The Sun.
The resulting rows have led to a boom in his 'n hers bedrooms.
The poll for a bed-making firm also found that seven per cent end in divorce. (ANI)