"Netflix Cheating" Is Now A Thing And Apparently Worse Than An Actual Affair

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James Wilson-Taylor

By James Wilson-Taylor

Netflix and "Chill out, I'm only two eps ahead, it's not that big a deal..."

A new infidelity crisis is sweeping across the UK as thousands of couples have admitted to committing the ultimate betrayal of their partner - Netflix cheating! 

Yes, 72% of Britons have watched a TV show ahead of their loved one behind their back according to a new Netflix survey of 30,267 people (to be incredibly exact).

Drama shows are the most tempting, with Breaking Bad inspiring the most cheating and American Horror Story in a close second place.

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Well, when the storyline is that crazy, can you really blame anyone who needs to get an early sneak peek?

In other shocking statistics, 52% of people don't think Netflix cheating is bad at all while 9% think it is worse than having an actual affair (some deeper relationship issues going on there clearly).

Check out the survey's full findings in this handy graphic below:

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