A new study of people who have affairs revealed this week that men travel eight times further than women for sex, with one in five happy to travel as far as it takes.
The survey was carried out for sex portal IllicitEncounters.com and revealed that men typically travel an average of 131.7 miles per date compared to 16.5 miles for women, the Metro newspaper reported.
"Women wanted to cut a fine balance between being far enough away to be
'off-territory', but close enough to home to get back that night, a website spokesperson told the paper, While men said they didn't believe they were under any suspicion at all by traveling away on a regular basis. But the over-riding factor was that virtually all women said they expected men to travel to them, she added.
Meanwhile in Russia, Sky News reported on a separated husband who was presumably ruing the day he didnt quit the family flat earlier this week, after his estranged wife attacked him as he watched TV at home. The unnamed man was reportedly sitting naked in front of the television when his wife became angry, doused him with vodka and set his penis on fire.
"It was monstrously painful," he revealed, "I was burning like a torch. I don't know what I did to deserve this, he added.
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