John Lewis says Britain’s 24-hour culture has created “inshopniacs,” reports the Daily Mail.  

If you’ve ever found yourself browsing for online bargains in the middle of the night then don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Because according to John Lewis, Britain’s 24-hour culture has created a new breed of ‘inshopniacs’, with the store reporting a 31 per cent surge in the number of people shopping online during the small hours.

The retailer has found that an increasing number of parents kept awake by a crying baby, late-night gamers and shift workers are shopping online after dark.