New research has predicted which star signs are most likely to cheat in the next 12 months.
Victoria Milan, a discreet online platform for people seeking affairs, analysed the profile information their members to find out which star signs will be the most unfaithful.
On the site, 15% of male cheaters belonging to Pisces. The star sign very well known for having a dark side: they can be secretive and easily led astray.
Men belonging to Aquarius are second most adulterous of the star sign, making up 13%. Aquarius men are known for being unpredictable and sometimes perverse so watch out.
While Scorpio men come in third with 12%.
“After having dug into the profiles of our more than 6 million actively cheating global members, we can’t reveal whether what’s written in the stars is what happens between the sheets for sure, but certainly we can help people to be aware of what their partners might be looking for outside their relationship based on their star signs”, said Sigurd Vedal, founder and CEO of Victoria Milan.
Good news though for those who have Libra, Sagittarius and Leo partners. These are the men less likely to engage in online lusting and flirtation, making up 6, 4 and 3% of the male site members.
As for females, those who belong to the Aries sign are the most actively cheating star sign with 16% of global members.
Keep your eyes well open for Gemini women as they rank second, with a total of 13% of the active female members.
They are known as naughty in bed and always up for something new, so 2019 might mean adventures with others.
Take note if your spouse is Virgo as they placed third on the list with 11%.
In comparison, Taurus is the star sign of women least likely to cheat, making up just 3%.
Unlike Scorpio men, women with this star sign bust the cheating myth – they are the 2nd least likely to cheat with only 4%.
The measured master planner of the female horoscope, Capricorn, aren’t actively planning on cheating as they come in at 4%.
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