Revealed: South Africans Who Cheated In 2016

A shocking new study has revealed which star signs were most likely to have cheated on their long-term partners in 2016, and it’s not the star signs usually suspected for straying.

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The data analysis, conducted by Victoria Milan – a dating website for married and attached people looking to cheat – dug into the profiles of its actively cheating South African men and women to uncover which star signs were likely to act on their sexual urges.

While Scorpios and Leos popularly believed to be more sexual than other zodiac signs, the survey sample clearly demonstrated they are not among the most likely to cheat.

The data did reveal the star signs that make up the majority of users logging in and lusting after others. Pisces is most likely to stray making up 10.1% of South Africa’s cheating population, followed by Aquarius with 9.9% and Aries with 9.8%.

The most faithful of the star signs is Scorpio with just 6.4% of South Africa’s cheaters signing up for an adulterous adventure. The second most faithful sign is Cancer with 7.0% and thirdly, Capricorn with 7.3%.

Founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, said the data showed that cheaters with the star sign Pisces probably cheated multiple times in 2016.

“We have sifted through thousands of our members profiles to come to the very cheeky conclusion that South African men and women with the Pisces sign probably cheated in 2016. They are hot blooded, sexual characters and can’t be blamed for what’s written in the stars,” Mr Vedal said.

Victoria Milan obtained this data from the profile information of its members. Victoria Milan ensures that all possible measures are in place to protect its members’ identities and privacy.


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