According to new research, women with smaller breasts are more likely to cheat on their husbands.
IllicitEncounters.com, a dating site for married people, surveyed 800 of its female members to discover a few eye-opening facts about infidelity and the size of a woman’s chest.
It found that more than half (52%) of women that have affairs have a bust size between AA and C cup – with B cup the most common bra size of a cheat.
The study showed women with smaller breasts are more likely to cheat compared to their faithful counterparts or rather bigger busted ladies.
Husbands may also need to worry if their wife invests in some sexy lingerie.
This is because the data found that only 11% buy sexy lingerie to wear for their husbands, but an enormous 73% have bought lingerie to impress their affair-partner.
Marks and Spencer has been voted the number one place British cheats buy sexy underwear (37%) followed by Ann Summers (23%) and Victoria’s Secret (18%).
Yasmin, 40, London, a member using IllicitEncounters.com said: “Since starting an affair 6 months ago I’ve lost a ton of weight and I’ve never felt sexier.
“I regularly buy lingerie when I’m doing a food shop in Marks and Spencer’s and love to get dressed up for some steamy sessions with my lover.
“My husband doesn’t realise the purchases are for underwear on our joint account as it just shows up as Marks and Spencer’s – I just tell him I had to restock on detergent or wine.”
Another member, Georgina, 55, Liverpool, added: “My lover has always said I have incredible breasts, more than a handful is a waste he says.
“I’ve been on diets all my life to remain petite. Small and slender was really popular in the 90s and that’s the kind of look I go for.”
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