Brits would dump lover for £ 100k
ONE in four Brits say they would walk away from their partner for £ 100k, a new study has revealed.
And one in 50 would be willing to cut ties for less than £ 50k.
It also emerged men would be more likely to be tempted to run back to an ex once they strike gold, while women would prefer to elope with someone superior to their current squeeze.
The Lottoland study explored the effects a big cash prize has on the morality of coupling Brits, ahead of last Friday’s £ 116 million EuroMillions Superdraw.
A spokesman said: “Everyone has their price, and it’s something that most couples will have at least considered in jest.
“Our findings are quite reassuring. But dealing with huge sums of money, Brits will apparently be tempted by the dark side.”