An attempt to help rejuvenate the sexual lives of older generation by a city council had to be cancelled due to lack of interest.
The workshop session, known as Generation Sex, was to be conducted by the Portsmouth City Council who hoped to use the session to increase the awareness of sexually transmitted diseases among the elderly.
However very few people signed up for the session, which the council claimed would have been "frank, fun and factual", leading the organizers to cancel the session.
"As part of Portsmouth City Council's annual over-60s festival, residents were invited to a discussion about sexual health in older people. The background was the risk of sexually-transmitted diseases in older people and the need to practice safer sex. It was decided to cancel the event because too few people booked places", a spokesman for the city council said.