By:Ruth Halkon/Uk Mirror
A man who claims to be Britain’s biggest player has boasted how “safe sex isn’t important to him” despite claiming he has bedded 2,500 women.
Danny Wagster, 27, from Manchester, compares using condoms to a crisp packet and says he can tell “just by looking” whether a girl has a sexually transmitted disease.
The personal trainer, who describes his sex life as ‘fast and furious’ even managed to up his numbers while in a two-year relationship, cheating on her with 50 different women.
He told The Sun : “Over the last decade, I’ve had around 2,500 partners – and I’ve only cared about two of them.”
Danny says he first attracted a lot of attention from women when he was 18 and started working out at the gym.
Since then he claims he has not gone two days without having a romp and beds an average of four or five women a week.
He boasts he has had threesomes and even slept with four girls in the space of 24 hours in a Manchester hotel.
But despite the number of women he beds, he is reluctant to use contraception and is not bothered about making girls have abortions if they get pregnant.
He said safe sex isn’t “massively important” to him, adding he will wear a condom if he has to but “I’d rather not because it feels like I’m wearing a crisp packet and kills the mood”.
He added: “I don’t worry about getting STIs – I get regular checks – and I can tell by looking at a girl if she’s got anything.”
The Lothario has a penchant for beautiful women but admits alcohol can interfere with his ‘good judgement’ occasionally.
If he wakes up with someone he finds unattractive he will call them a taxi and make them wait outside.
The cut-price Casanova also claims one of his hobbies is “upsetting women”.
The gym bunny says his father had 12 children with five different women but “doesn’t know” if that has anything to do with the way he treats women.
The young man, who brags he is ‘well-endowed’ and rates himself 11 out of 10 in bed, claims despite the fact his friends call him a ‘slag’ he is just being ‘young guy having fun’.