A website that rats on love rats

The Diary sends a friendly warning to all those secret philanderers who think they’ve got away with some cost-free nooky on the side. Your secret may be safe no longer.

Following in the footsteps of the notorious Fuckedcompany.com, a site which predicts which dot-coms will be next to go to the wall, comes Cheatingscum.com.

The site asks friends, enemies and spurned lovers to post pictures of love rats, and is bound to have an overloaded celebrity section sooner or later. Perhaps it should feature a special channel for politicians, too.

Seems like a cruel way to stitch up your mates, but then again it serves them right for being love rats in the first place.

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