Being cheated on is the worst. You feel rejected but also pissed. You don’t know who you can trust. Well, scientific studies have narrowed down some traits that are statistically more common in guys who cheat, so here are some signs (not confirmation, obviously) that your guy will never stray.

1. You bring home the same amount of money. recent study from the American Sociological review showed that partners were less likely to cheat if they were in the same (or similar) income brackets. Men were more likely to cheat if they made a lot more money than their partner, and they were most likely to cheat if they made a lot less. So if you two have similar paychecks, you’ve got statistics on your side.

2. He’s from the Midwest. According tothis poll, Midwesterners are just too well-mannered to cheat on their partners. 

3. His friends are also faithful. People are more likely to cheat if their friends are also cheaters, according to M. Gary Newman, author of The Truth About Cheating. If his friends are trustworthy, it’s likely he’s trustworthy too.

4. He feels loved and trusted. According to a study conducted by Newman, most men don’t cheat because they’re not satisfied sexually. They cheat because they’re seeking emotional satisfaction.

5. He’s an extrovert. Extroverts are less likely to go along with the influence of others. Research shows that introverts are actually more likely to cheat because they’re more likely to agree to someone propositioning them. So even if he’s always out there meeting new people, you actually might be safer.

6. He just seems like the kind of guy who wouldn’t cheat. According to a real study that people spent time on, researchers found that you can trust your gut when it comes to guys who look like they’d cheat. If your gut is telling you “no,” then it’s a good idea to listen to that gut.

7. He’s really into Pantera. Yeah,according to this survey conducted by theMirror (so, questionable), heavy metal listeners are apparently the least likely to cheat.

8. He comes from a big family. A survey from adult meet-up site Seeking Arrangements shows that cheaters are usually only children. Ask if he has a sister.

9. He has a hard time getting it up.  A sad study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior showed that men who are easily aroused are more likely to cheat, so I guess mark one in the “pros” column for whiskey dick.

An Intalian sue Emirate Airline for suffering him on board

An Italian passenger is suing Emirates after having to “suffer” being sat next to an obese man for a nine-hour flight.

Giorgio Destro, a lawyer from Padua in northern Italy, asked if he could change seats a few hours into the Cape Town to Dubai flight because the overweight passenger next to him was taking up some of his seat space.

The UAE airline told him the plane was fully booked and did not offer compensation or an apology, according to an Italian newspaper. 

“For nine hours, I had to stand in the aisle, sit on seats reserved for the cabin crew when they were free, and in the final phase of flight resign myself to suffer the ‘spillover’ of the passenger at my side,” he told repoters that

The “gold member” flyer 

is reportedly asking for 

€2,759.51 (£2,375.23) in 

compensation – €759.51 

(£653.87) as a refund for 

the flight, and a further 

€2,000 (£1,721.81) in 

damageMr Destro, who 

has previously worked 

for the Italian Consulate 

in South Africa, took a 

selfie at the time which 

showed the arm of the 

passenger apparently 

encroaching on his 


An Emirates spokesperson told 

MailOnline the airline was unable to comment as it was an ongoing legal matter. The case hearing is scheduled for October 20th in Padua.

There has been a long-running debate about how airlines should treat over-sized passengers. 

The case rekindles the 
debate about how 
airlines should deal with 
the growing numbers of 
oversized passengers.

In 2013, a passenger who weighed about 24 stone was reportedly asked to step off the flight from Chicago to Denver after being told it was overbooked.

The traveller alleged a cabin crew member asked whether the 34-year-old was aware of the company’s “customer of size” policy, which encourages passengers who “encroach upon any part of the neighbouring seats” to purchase a second seat prior to travel.

In 2009, an image of an obese passenger squeezed into an economy airline seat was reportedly taken by a flight attendant to illustrate to airline managers the difficulty of dealing with passengers who cannot fit into seats.