Spouses Cheat Most On Valentine's Day (Feb. 14)
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 17:15 GMTFREEHOLD, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) If your spouse is cheating, Valentines Day (Feb. 14) is prime time to catch them.
Tony DeLorenzo, private investigator and author of 28 Telltale Signs Of A Cheating Spouse (DeLorenzo) says spouses are most likely to cheat on Valentines Day.
Since it lands on a weekend this year, cheaters will be making all sorts of weird excuses to see their lovers.
This includes mysteriously working late throughout the weekend, taking random business calls, and coming home reeking of perfume and booze.
Also, if a spouse suddenly wants to try new sexual positions in the bedroom, its a sign theyre learning from a younger lover.
DeLorenzo and his company, AllStateInvestigation.com, plan to bust about 50 cheaters in the act this weekend alone.
He thinks most of them will be buying the same gift for both their lover and spouse, so as to avoid any confusion.
In many cases, theyll be fooling around with close friends.