Brits would dump lover for £ 100k

Sunday Sport - - NEWS -

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.”

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