The point in a relationship when your partner is most likely to cheat

Publish Date
Monday, 13 November 2017, 11:41AM
Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Look, we don't want you to just expect your significant other to suddenly cheat on you in this exact point of time, but it may just be worth knowing when your partners (or even your own) temptations may be tested the most. 

A study in the The Journal of Sex Research has investigated cheating in 423 participants.

What they found was when a male or female is most likely to do the dirty on their partner.

The study concluded that women were most likely to cheat six to ten years into their relationship,

And surprisingly, men appear to hang on a bit longer and were most likely to commit the cheating crime after 11 years.

These results give an insight into when our relationships are at their most vulnerable.

But if you want to get down to specific days instead of years, Illicit Encounters says there's a day of the year your partner is more likely to cheat.

Apparently, 72 percent of the 300 men surveyed by Illicit Encounters admitted to being unfaithful on the 18th of November.

That's a mere 5 days away FYI...