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Scooping a Jackpot Suffice for Brit Men to Leave Their Partners!

by VR Sreeraman on November 17, 2007 at 12:59 PM
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Scooping a Jackpot Suffice for Brit Men to Leave Their Partners!

It looks like Britons turn totally non committed when it comes to money, for two-thirds of them would consider walking out on their partner if they won 1million pounds, a new survey has found.

The poll for LittlewoodsBingo.com found that women are more likely to take the split call after scooping a jackpot.

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The survey discovered that almost 36 per cent of women would end the relationship, compared to 26 per cent of blokes.

However, one in ten men would not tell their companion if they had a big win.

"Money is such a divisive issue for couples. Many fantasise about becoming rich and running away from commitments," The Sun quoted a spokeswoman for counsellors Relate, as saying.

Source: ANI
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