Would you leave your other half if you discovered they had been kissing others under the mistletoe?
While we may assume that anyone who caught their partner cheating would give them the boot, new research shows this not to be the case.
Startlingly more than six in ten married women admit that even if they did catch their love playing away they wouldn’t leave them.
Some 36 per cent of women and 24 per cent of men polled believe their partner has cheated. And they seem determined to catch them in the act.
A survey by law firm Slater & Gordon shows that one in ten women have called their man’s office to check he is there when he says he will be.
A suspicious one in six regularly goes through their partner’s internet history in a bid to uncover misbehaviour.