Lewis Hamilton is '11 out of 10' in bed!

thecheers.org    2007-11-20 14:45:02    

London, Nov 20 : Formula One race ace Lewis Hamilton drove beauty queen Cemre Mirel crazy in bed the first time they slept together by nibbling fruit off her naked body.
Formula One race ace Lewis Hamilton drove beauty queen Cemre Mirel crazy in bed the first time they slept together by nibbling fruit off her naked body.

The stunning model revealed passionate secrets of a ten-month long affair, and revealed that Lewis was as good in bed as on the racetrack.

"He was amazing in bed. I'd give him 11 out of 10," The Sun quoted her, as saying.

The couple began seeing each other after meeting at a London nightclub last January.

Mirel, a former Miss Turkey finalist, also revealed how Lewis begged her for a sex session in his black Mercedes and sent saucy texts asking her to dress as a secretary for even more raunchy romps and blindfolded her before eating ripe bananas off her curves.

"He was constantly texting, telling me how sexy I am - and how he had so many dirty ideas for us. It was quite cheeky. I was flirting back," Cemre said.

The couple reportedly had a number of dinner dates before finally getting into bed. It was an Eddie Murphy movie in the F1 champ's flat that did the trick for the Lewis and the model gave in to the speed king's charms.

Cemre disclosed Lewis' severe foot fetish and his insistence to her for taking a bath before making it out.

"I had to go there pedicured up. He'd told me days before I went to his place, 'I'll have to check your feet before you get into my bed," said Cemre.

Cemre told how the racing star begged her to have sex in a cinema hall, trying to spice up their already saucy sex life

Despite of such regular passionate sessions the couple drifted apart owing to their differential schedules and Lewis' constant philanderings.

The star, whose greatest love was ex Jodia, has recently been linked with Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, 29. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI

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