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YouGov asked 8, men and women from Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Norway and Sweden where they consider the boundaries of what constitutes sexual harassment begin, posing a number of questions to respondents. These varied from whether people considered telling a woman a sexual joke to constitute harassment, to looking at her breasts, or asking her out on a date.
Some answers were pretty standard across the board, whereas others greatly differed, German outlet Die Welt reports. However, one interesting aspect of the study related to staring at women's breasts. Correspondingly, 50 percent of stereotypically prudish Brits thought it was sexual harassment, roughly the same number of their French counterparts agreed. When it came to humour, there were also rather different responses.
Germans, somewhat unfairly, are not thought to be rated highly amongst Europe's comedians, the results of the survey show that perhaps their humorous status should be reevaluated.
Only 35 percent of Germans surveyed thought that telling a sex joke to a woman was a bridge too far. Nearly double this figure, 69 percent of Brits thought a sex joke was out of order.
One thing nearly all the Europeans polled agreed upon was that winking at a woman was fine, except for the French, 23 percent of whom disapproved.