The vast majority of Danes who are open to a spot of adultery would enjoy a 'roll in the hay' with a famous person.
But while some of the choices are predictable (Helena Christensen and Caroline Wozniacki; Mads Mikkelsen and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), there were a few curve balls thrown in as well. Prince Joachim anybody? Well, apparently yes.
8 percent of adulterers say no
The survey was carried out by Scandinavian adultery site Victoria Milan, a website for people in relationships looking for an affair that regularly releases data about its members in a bid to attract more members.
Based on the answers of over 3,500 of its members, 77 percent would be positively inclined to have an affair with a famous person. But just 8 percent said that they would leave their significant other for a famous person.
”Adultery is about living out secret fantasies, not about building long-term relationships. That's why famous people are exciting,” Sigurd Vedal, the CEO of VM, said in a press release.
Bendtner could score
VM asked its members which famous person they would most like to have an affair with. Helena Christensen topped the men's list and footballer Nicklas Bendtner the women's.
For the men, Christensen was followed by tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, actress Iben Hjejle, Crown Princess Mary, TV personality Anette Heick, actress Sofie Lassen Kahlke, Duchess Alexandra, reality star Mascha Vang, Princess Marie and the justice minister, Mette Frederiksen.
For the ladies, Bendtner was followed by actors Mads Mikkelsen and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, actor/director Alexander Kølpin, comedian Casper Christensen, author Christian Bitz, Crown Prince Frederik, musician Thomas Helmig, former politician Naser Khader and Prince Joachim.
The 300 … crazies
But while politicians Pia Kjaersgaard and Morten Messerschmidt didn't match Frederiksen and Khader, they can pride themselves on being profiled among the 300 craziest politicians in the world in the new book 'The Fat Boy with the Bomb and 299 of the World's Craziest Politicians' by Brian O’Connell, which will be available at bookstores later this month.