The toilet is a great place to catch up with some work or enjoy a little mindless gaming.
Kiwis have fessed up and the results are in – more than two-thirds of New Zealanders use their mobile phones while on the toilet.
Figures released from a Colmar Brunton survey of 1000 people showed that only 32 per cent of New Zealanders were put off by the idea of using a mobile phone in the bathroom.
The survey showed men were the main culprit.
It found 23 per cent used their phones on the loo while at home, and 19 per cent took there phone to the bathroom while at work.
Colmar Brunton CEO Jacqueline Farman said she was not surprised by the results.
“Given the increased importance of smartphones in people’s lives, it’s not surprising that they are being used anywhere and everywhere, even in situations that not so long ago would have probably been considered questionable,” she said.