Danes near the top for infidelity

Only one country beats Denmark at looking for action outside marriage

Danes are second best in the world at looking for sex outside of marriage.

According to a new worldwide study, 46 percent of married Danes admitted to having had sex with someone other than their regular partner. 

Still work to do to top the Thais
Only Thailand was higher, with 56 percent of respondents saying they had engaged in a little hanky-panky.

The statistics were compiled by dating site match.com, notorious infidelity site Victoria Milan and condom company Durex. The results were quantified by the statistics crunchers Statista.

READ MORE: Danes believe infidelity is okay

This is not the first time that Denmark has snatched top spot on a list of nations looking for a 'matinee off the reservation'. A 2013 YouGov survey found that Danes were number one at infidelity.





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