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5:19am 21st June 2012
(Updated 5:19am 21st June 2012)

Women are branded the affairer sex.

A survey says almost a hundred percent who cheat do not get caught.

But the 95% of women who get away with it compares to only 83% of men.

Psychologists reckon it is because blokes are not as sophisticated at planning things in advance and tend to act on impulse a lot more often.

Experts say there are some key signs your other half could be having an affair...

  • Looks - suddenly getting a new haircut, smartening up and taking care about personal grooming
  • Working late more often
  • Finding someone else's hair on their clothes
  • Spending more time on the computer. Internet history being deleted
  • Unexplained charges turning up on bank statements
5:19am 21st June 2012

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