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Men are twice as likely to cheat on their partner while on a stag do, than women on a hen do according to a new survey.

A quarter (24.9 per cent) of men surveyed by stag and hen company, Last Night of Freedom, admitted that someone in their stag party had cheated on their other half while celebrating, compared to 11.5 per cent of women who have cheated on a hen do. However the risks of cheating can be avoided by if Matt Mavir, managing director of Last Night of Freedom, is to be believed.

"While the concept behind stag dos as a final send-off from the single life is an incredibly fun part of our culture, stags need to safeguard against the temptations to cheat. It might seem like a laugh at the time, but the feeling of dread you’ll have when you wake up in the morning will not be worth it," advises Matt. "There are plenty of ways to enjoy the feeling of freedom, without having any regrets."

The survey also revealed that stags were twice as likely to spend over £100 on their parties in 2015 as the hens. The results showed women were also less likely to spend as long celebrating their hen dos as stags, with nearly half partying for one night only, compared to a third of the stags.

 


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