As the second Fifty Shades of Grey film hits cinemas the London Fire Brigade has revealed the extent of randy Londoners getting stuck in sex play objects.

Lovers across east and north London are getting into some rather sticky situations, according to statistics from the LFB.

Between April 2016 and Valentine’s Day (February 14), firefighters attended nine penis ring removal incidents, the same number as the two previous years combined.

Handcuff rescues have also increased since the first film was released, with 15 incidents recorded in 2014, rising to 27 in 2015.

In Waltham Forest, fire crews attended 103 ‘Fifty Shades incidents’ between 2008 and 2017, while Redbridge falls narrowly behind with 99.

In saucy Enfield, the number jumps to 142, while neighbouring Haringey are simply prudish in comparison recording just 62.

The Brigade started its Fifty Shades of Red campaign when the books were released, asking people to think carefully before getting themselves into awkward situations.

Despite the campaign's coverage, the Brigade is still called out more and more to embarrassing incidents every day.

The Brigade claims each incident costs taxpayers at least £326, leaving an estimated £830,000 bill for Fifty Shades call-outs over the past five years.

London Fire Brigade director of operations, Dave Brown said: "It seems the Fifty Shades of Grey effect is still leading to some call embarrassing call outs.

"I'd like to remind everyone that 999 is an emergency number and should only be used as such.

“If there's a genuine emergency, fire crews will of course attend and will be on the scene to help within minutes."

In the last five years the capital's fire crews have been called out to 102 incidents involving people being trapped in handcuffs.

A staggering 810 rings have been removed, including 23 instances of men with rings stuck on their penises.

Mr Brown added: "Our advice is simple, if the ring doesn't fit, don't force it on.

"As well as being painful, you could end up wasting emergency service time if you have to call us out."