Study says 68 per cent of people check partner's phone for evidence of away-from-home nooky.
The research, by price comparison website www.rightmobilephone.co.uk, found that over half of those who checked had found “evidence” on their partner’s phone in the form of a text or picture. For 62 per cent of them, it lead to the break-up of their relationship.
Elsewhere, 36 per cent claimed to have cheated on a partner at some stage and a whopping 92 per cent said their mobile phone played a huge part in their affair. A physical part? The study doesn't say.
Over half of the people who admitted going through their partner’s mobile had found incriminating text messages and 28 per cent came across a fruity picture.
Seven per cent bought a second mobile phone to keep their bad behaviour under wraps, while 20 per cent saved a number in their phone under a different name.
The top five things to be suspicious about are:
1. Texts from the opposite sex with kisses on
2. Passwords on their inbox
3. Passwords on their image folder
4. Deleted sent items
5. Unrecognised names in phonebook
So now you know.
ME's advice? Do the decent thing. Either stay faithful or be single and shag your way round the world in a series of meaningless one-night-stands.