Married men most likely to stray at weddings
London: Married men are more likely to cheat on their partners at a wedding, a shocking new survey has revealed.
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