One in seven people in Britain admit to sending ‘sexy’ or ‘flirty’ messages to someone other than their partner, according to a report from text messaging experts LogicaCMG. The global study of more than 8,500 people shows Brits are second to Malaysians in this respect (40% if them do it) but we’re the most suspicious – one in six people checking their partner’s phone for ‘suspicious messages’.
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