A third of Brits cheat on their stag and hen dos, and 88 per cent keep it from their partner
A survey has today revealed that a staggering 31 per cent of brides and grooms-to be cheat on their partners on their stag and hen dos.
A third of Brits cheat on their stag or hen do…but you’ll probably never find out because 92% keep it from their partner
A stag or hen do is known as the last night of freedom before committing to someone for the rest of your life – and it seems that some Brits really take advantage of that.
New research reveals that a third of stags and hens cheat on their betrothed during their final night of freedom.
Worse still, you’ll probably never find out because 92 per cent of those who cheated said that they’d kept this from their partner.
Not only is your beloved definitely, definitely cheating on you, but the fact that you don’t think they are only goes to show just how good they are at keeping it a secret – it’s a perfect, watertight argument.
Of course, just as equally, it might be that your partner isn’t actually cheating on you, and that this story is merely a headline-making, eye-catching episode designed to capitalise on spreading fear and paranoia amongst relationships simply to promote a product or service in the mainstream news. But who would do a thing like that?
A spokesperson for vouchercloud, who commissioned the survey, said: ‘I think it’s no secret that when full of alcohol and banter, things can get out of hand on these events and one of these things is the issue of cheating.
‘Many people see this as their chance for a final fling before finally settling down. We were surprised to see that a good two thirds of the country remain faithful even in the excitement of their celebration.
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