A poll of 2,000 adults has revealed the strangest places they have tucked into a snack, with more than one in five chomping in the bath – and 18 per cent nibbling in the shed.
One in 10 have even wolfed a snack down in a Wendy house in the garden, with one in 20 feeling peckish when getting hot and steamy in the bedroom.
While one in five even admitted to snagging food out of the bin – which still looked ‘perfectly fine’ in their opinion.
It also emerged more than a quarter admitted to being judged for their unquenchable desire to snack.
Psychologist Jo Hemmings, speaking on behalf of Peperami, which commissioned the poll, said: “There’s been some interesting revelations from this research, and the intriguing question is why do people tend to reach for a snack in somewhat unconventional places?
“Sometimes, simply just snacking away from others can give you a moment of peace to enjoy something in its purest form.
“While many reach for snacks as a comforting habit, others would prefer people not to know about their cravings – either way, the locations speak for themselves, of the lengths people will go to have a quick bite.”
The study also found crisps, chocolate bars and biscuits were the most commonly eaten snacks in unusual places, along with sandwiches, sweets and fruit.
While 22 per cent prefer chomping on chicken bites the most, with one in five opting for snacks that are packed with protein.
And a third said simply being consumed by hunger was the reason for consuming items in unusual spots, with 18 per cent simply enjoying eating at locations such as the toilet.
But while more than a quarter have been caught red handed tucking into a treat at their secret location, 30 per cent think friends and family would be shocked at

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