Unhappy couples cannot afford to split and set up two homes, and are seeking 'discreet' fun elsewhere.
llicit spokesman Christian Grant said: "London is enjoying a boom in extra-marital affairs because spiralling house prices have made divorce increasingly difficult for many couples in the capital.
And women may respond to similar pressures: According to a 1999 study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 68 percent of female undergraduates also cheat.
Most of us have always wanted to have a few extra-marital affairs every now and then.
I found that, though 78 percent of the men I interviewed had cheated on their current partner, only a handful said they cheated because they were near the end of their emotional relationships.
This is closely followed by boroughs Islington, Bromley and Brent.
According to the website, extramarital affairs are booming in London, thanks to spiralling house prices.
For a conversation between two members, one of the members—almost always the man—must pay five credits to initiate the conversation.
More than 50 percent of all married women, at some point, cheat on their mates, says Weil, so husbands should never be too cocky that their wife won't stray.