Cheating is an absolute no-no for us, especially if it's an office encounter. But for those who have crossed the line, sleeping with their superiors to get ahead at work doesn't seem to be much of a problem.

According to a report from The Huffington Post, a survey conducted by dating site Victoria Milan--which caters specifically for people who are looking for an affair--reveals that 2,010 men and women (67 percent of the total respondents) said that they are willing to have an affair with their boss to get a salary raise or a promotion.

The article adds that about 1,260 (42 percent) of the respondents admitted that they already had an affair with their colleague at one point or another, 2,430 (81 percent) said that they actually "fooled around" with an officemate.|

Victoria Milan CEO Sigurd Vedal says that since we spend hours at work five times a week, people may have a tendencey to take things a bit further and actually hook up with a colleague or even a superior.

"Sharing most of our hours working with colleagues leads us to establish further relationships that can deepen into more serious feelings or even unresolved sexual tensions," he was quoted by The Huffington Post as saying.

What do you think, FNites?

(Screencap from He's Just Not That Into You courtesy of Cinestar)

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