Private Detective Cheltenham Responds to Survey that Reveals Blonde Women and Brunette Men are Most Likely to Cheat

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The private detective service has responded to a survey which claims to reveal which hair colour makes people more likely to cheat.

While this study may not be entirely scientific, it does provide some interesting information about cheater statistics and will likely encourage some interesting conversations among people.

A recent survey by a social media site that aims to expose cheaters, claims that 42% of unfaithful females have blonde hair and 40% of male cheaters have brown hair.

Redheads accounted for 23% of unfaithful women, followed by brunettes at 20% and black haired women at 11%.

Black haired men accounted for 23% of male cheaters followed by blondes at 20% and redheads at 5%.

While the study was based on anecdotes and doesn’t take baldness or temporary hair colouring into account, the compilers believe it gives some idea of how hair colour may play a role in infidelity.

Private Detective Cheltenham is often called upon to conduct matrimonial investigations, and investigate if a partner is being unfaithful.

A spokesperson from Private Detective Cheltenham said:

“While this study may not be entirely scientific, it does provide some interesting information about cheater statistics and will likely encourage some interesting conversations among people. We take infidelity very seriously and aim to find the truth for those that are worried their partner may be cheating on them.”

Private Detective Cheltenham along with their sister company Private Investigator Bracknell is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.

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Denise Milvern
Private Detective Cheltenham
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