Valentine's Day leads to a cheating discovery
BATON ROUGE - The day before Valentine's Day is usually spent buying flowers or even making dinner reservations. However, there's an unofficial holiday is also marked on the same day, it's known unofficially as "Mistress' Day."
The holiday is based on statistics from admitted cheaters. According to infidelity expert Ruth Houston, more than 70 percent of admitted dishonest partners will meet up with the other lover the day before Valentine's, giving them their gifts before the spouses.
Houston said this also makes it a good time of year to catch a cheating lover, if you're aware of the practice and suspect infidelity.
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