Most spouses take anger out on cheaters' car
THREE in five car owners would target their car to take revenge on a cheating spouse, according to a new survey.
Women are more likely than men to get even, with 10pc of angered females targeting their man's motor, the Autoglass poll found.
Of those wanting to take revenge, 22-25-year-olds are most likely to smash a car windscreen, while 19-21-year-olds would damage the paintwork instead.
Those aged between 31 and 35 were most likely to sell the vehicle for a few pence to get their own back. Those aged over 50 years of age were more inclined to give their cheating partner the silent treatment, while spending as much money as possible.