Quitting drugs boosted Brand's bedroom life

Los Angeles, June 13 (IANS) Comedian Russell Brand says quitting drugs helped him boost his sex life.

Jun 13 2013, 7:24am CDT | by

Quitting drugs boosted Brand's bedroom life
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Los Angeles, June 13 — Comedian Russell Brand says quitting drugs helped him boost his sex life.

He made the revelation when a fan asked him the highest number of orgasms he has ever had in one day.

"Once in Dublin - nine. It wasn't even a day. It was an evening. It was crazy there. What a mental night it was. I felt exhausted the next day. No, I wasn't on drugs," dailystar.co.uk quoted the British comedian as saying.

"After I came off drugs I had a lot of energy that needed to go somewhere and I thought: 'That way'," he added, pointing below his waist.

But he said he believes in being a considerate lover.

"You've got to make sure everyone is happy," he said.

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