MADRID is Europe’s number-one city to have an extramarital affair.
More than 135,000 Madrilenos, representing 4% of the city’s population, were revealed to have accounts on Ashley Madison, the dating website for married people that has been rocked by a hacking scandal.
In contrast, nearly 180,000 Londoners had registered for the website, though that number represents a comparatively low 2% of the city’s overall population.
In terms of numbers, Sao Paulo is the world’s top cheating location, with 375,000 Ashley Madison account holders.
New York (268,000) and Sydney (252,000) are second and third respectively.
Information on more than 30 million philanderers has been released in the high-profile hack of the website, whose slogan reads ‘Life is short. Have an affair.’
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