People don't stop cheating during Easter, survey reveals

Caroline Allen
Contributor
The survey was taken by Victoria Milan, the dating site for people who want to have affairs. [Photo: Getty]

Victoria Milan, a dating site for people who want to have affairs, reveals nine out of 10 men surveyed will be cheating on their partner during Easter.

Many people see Easter as a time to enjoy the long weekend and spend time with family, not to mention the Easter eggs. Oh, the Easter eggs. That’s not the reality for everybody, though.

4,000 people took part in the survey, which spanned across 22 countries, including the UK. All of the countries surveyed celebrate Easter.

Interesting, almost half (49.6 per cent) of women who regularly cheat will stop over the Easter period. Why? They mostly believe it’s a time for family and not for “extramarital sex”.

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One of the leading reasons that men won’t stop cheating during the Easter holiday is because their mistress wouldn’t want them to stop.

How romantic.

According to the survey, only 3.9 per cent of the cheating men care about family time.

The majority of people (36.1 per cent women, 46.1 per cent men) said they’re not religious, so felt no need to be faithful during a religious holiday.

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Victoria Milan is one of the world’s leading websites for married people seeking affairs. Over the years it has attracted scrutiny online.

One woman wrote on its Facebook page: “I think it is really tasteless to invite people to cheat on their partners. Nothing hurts more than be cheated on, and getting your heart broken. VERY VERY WRONG.”

There was no survey about why people cheat outside of Easter holidays, but for a website known to pair people up who are looking for affairs, it doesn’t come as too much of a shock.

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