Men Who Play This Sport Are More Likely To Cheat On You

People who have fallen victim to a cheater often say when they look back, there were signs, little giveaways that hinted at the infidelity.

Now research has found guys who are unfaithful often use sport as a way to hide their cheating and furthermore, men involved in a certain sport are more likely to cheat.  

According to The Independent, researchers spoke to 1,750 men, and those who played team sports were the most likely to cheat.

Rugby boys were the most likely to cheat! Pic: Getty Images

Of the guys who admitted to cheating, one sport had the highest number of cheaters. 

Some 21% of the rugby players admitted to using matches and training as a way of covering up their cheating.

Footballers and golfers were the second worst cheaters, Golf Support who conducted the study found. 

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Footballers were the second worst cheats!

All of the men who participated in the research played at least six hours of ‘sport’ each week.

Psychologist theorise that men who play more sports produce higher levels of testosterone which makes them believe they need more sex. 

They theorise that this happens even more in rugby as training involves loads of resistance training, which releases more of the hormone. Right. That sounds like a bad excuse to us! 

Meanwhile, lads who were into athletics, swimming and cycling were the least likely to cheat.


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