Shocking Survey Says Married Men Most Likely to Stray at Weddings

by Kathy Jones on  July 31, 2011 at 7:48 PM Lifestyle News
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A new survey has found that married men are more likely to cheat on their partners at a wedding.
 Shocking Survey Says Married Men Most Likely to Stray at Weddings
Shocking Survey Says Married Men Most Likely to Stray at Weddings

Over 2,000 men and women were surveyed by top extra-marital dating site, Illicit Encounters with a third of men admitting that they have cheated on their partner at a wedding - when their other half wasn't there, reports the Daily Mail.

While 32 percent of men have cheated at a wedding, only 27 percent had strayed at the stag party.

A spokeswoman for Illicit Encounters, Rosie Freeman-Jones said: "There's something about being a bridesmaid which is incredibly attractive to men.

"Maybe by wearing a bridesmaid outfit they are advertising the fact they are available and also at a wedding everyone is there to have a good time," he added.

Men revealed the places where they had previously strayed:

WEDDING: 32 per cent

STAG NIGHT: 27 per cent

OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY: 21 per cent

SCHOOL REUNION: 9 per cent

Women revealed where they thought their partner was most likely to cheat:

OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY: 37 per cent

STAG NIGHT: 35 per cent

SCHOOL REUNION: 17 per cent

WEDDING: 11 per cent

Source: ANI

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anshumandasgupta

This is very good news indeed. One more myth and cover of the 'holy' woman, gone for good. Let more skeletons come out of the boudoir. It will set both men and women free, from their ascribed and subscribed delusions of grandeur. Welcome to the Brave New World. Ladies.

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