Love cheat Doncaster men tune into Olympics to watch sexy athletes, survey reveals
Men in Doncaster cheating on their partners are tuning into the Olympics to watch sexy female athletes, a new survey has found.
The survey, conducted by VictoriaMilan – a dating website for married and attached people looking to cheat – looked into how men view the Olympic Games, and whether their partners are jealous of the attention they give the competition.
Two-thirds of men admit they watch women’s competitions from Rio with a completely different attitude to when they watch men competing, and 92% of men confess to watching a sport they have very little interest in on one condition: - that the competitors are sexy.
Men say that when watching the sports, three-quarters of them will be commenting on how sexy the female athletes are, rather than her athletic ability – however strangely, their attraction doesn’t go further than that. Only 19% say their interest in female Olympians carries over into an erotic fantasy.
65% of men say their partners become jealous when they see him glued to the television screen when there are female athletes competing, however 88% of men suspect their partner is only watching the Olympics to look at the sexy male competitors.
Founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, said the Olympics provided exciting viewing for everyone, regardless of whether they are interested in sports.
“Fierce competition, sexy physiques, determination and passion are all on display during the Olympics, and secretly, the majority of both male and female viewers around the world are more interested in the athletes themselves than their sporting prowess,” Mr Vedal said.
Victoria Milan is one of the world's leading discreet social networks for men and women seeking a secret affair. The service was launched by happily married media executive Mr. Sigurd Vedal in 2010, and has today become one of the world's fastest-growing and leading social networks for discreet extramarital affairs, surpassing 6 million members worldwide in more than 33 countries.