Danielle Vincely has a bizarre sexual phobia that prevents her from having sex indoors.
The 24-year-old says her sexual claustrophobia ruins her love life as partners soon get tired of her adventurous sex demands on beaches and parks.
"Guys love it at first. They think it's kinky making love under the stars in the woods, on beaches, park benches and car bonnets," News of the World quoted her as saying.
"But after a while they get annoyed, especially if it's raining, and dump me. Men like a quick romp inside on the bed but I just can't bring myself to do it.
"It's not like I haven't tried. I just can't do it indoors without freaking out. I feel like I'm being choked and about to pass out.
"But sex on the forest floor with the sweet smell of pine cones is a real buzz.
"Up against a tree is good too - but I've scratched my back on the bark a few times," she added.
Danielle has been suffering from the problem since the first time she had sex at 18, indoors with her first beau.
"I'd dreamed my first time would be perfect and romantic but I hated every moment. I felt panicky and wanted it to be over," she said.
"Every time we tried was a disaster, until one day we had a drunken cuddle in the park and suddenly I felt amazing. I'd never had an orgasm before and the feeling of climaxing around Mother Nature was out of this world," she added.
Danielle's doctor tried to cure her problem with anti-depressants.
"But I'd rather continue sex outdoors than become dependent on drugs. I know people think I'm weird but I've given up caring. Some people are scared of spiders, others of heights - well, this is my phobia and I'm learning to deal with it the best I can," said Danielle.