A fifth of Brits apparently cheat on their partner while they're on holiday

Published Friday, Aug 26 2016, 13:25 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
If your other half is on hols with their mates right now, you might not want to hear the latest results of a survey about what really goes on when one partner jets off without the other.

Apparently, nearly a fifth of Brits, 34 per cent to be precise, have cheated on their partner while on holiday.

According to the poll from law firm Slater and Gordon, the most popular way to cheat was on a hen or stag do – with 25 per cent of Brits doing the dirty this way.

Shockingly, another 13 per cent of respondents admitted they'd cheated while they were on holiday with their partner… ouch!

A fifth of Brits cheat on holiday, according to shock new survey.

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A fifth of Brits cheat on holiday

Those questioned claimed that 'too much alcohol,' (34 per cent) and 'getting carried away while on holiday,' (36 per cent) were the main reasons for their infidelity.

Slater and Gordon commissioned the research after seeing a rise in the number of clients at this time of year referring to their partner's unfaithfulness when on holiday.

S & G Family lawyer Amy Harris said, 'This new research should act as warning to couples about being careful not to cross the line while away, and what may seem like a silly holiday romance can be detrimental to a relationship.'

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