According to magazine New Europe, Belgian married dating website Gleeden boasts 1.1million members, with advisor Chantal Bauwens saying cheating is no longer taboo in the country. But when the mercury rises it seems that so does Norwegians promiscuity.
Webite The Richest crunched data from hookup sites and Durex condoms to reveal the nationalities most likely to cheat.
But it seams having a steamy affair is not always as taboo as might be expected and the list shows the countries which are most often cited as having illicit affairs.
Just scraping into the top ten Finland has an interesting view when it comes to having an affair.
Is your partner one of the one million Brits looking for something on the side?
It's probably little comfort for concerned partners that Britons who cheat are far more likely to feel guilty than their European counterparts.
The southern European country is associated with having a passionate and fiery temperament so it is perhaps surprising that Spain does not feature higher up the list.
However, while the influence of Spain's Catholic Church is waning, it seems to still hold some sway since extra-marrital affairs remain somewhat taboo in the country. ’ According to dating website Victoria Milan which caters for married men and women looking to play away, Norwegians are less likely to use the site during the cold winter months.
The liaisons are called ‘parallel relationships’ and society is relatively open-minded when it comes to having a bit on the side.
A survey by found one in five married men had had affairs with at least ten women – seven times the rate among women.
The British aren't traditionally known for their fiery sex lives with other more passionate countries mocking our cooler national But that may have changed.
In fact the owner of a leading website, Ashley Madison, which helps arrange extramarrital affairs claims at least 1 million Brits are interested in cheating on their partners.