Dating website to open secret island resort for married would-be cheaters

Married people will soon be able to travel to a special island where they are guaranteed privacy as they cheat. is a dating website for married people, and ithas confirmed that it will be buying an island for the explicit use of those having affairs.

At the moment the island is known as Illicit Retreat and it lies about 100 miles from Portsmouth.

There are flash apartments dotted all over it, each boasting bedrooms, a dining room and jacuzzi.

Holiday makers will be whizzed onto the island via helicopter, all in an effort to ensure they aren’t caught absconding with their secret lover. The company alos says it will eliminate the possibility of getting caught with receipts for trains or buses, or a big jump in miles on your car’s clock that might raise suspicion.

Illicit Encounters will even blindfold people so the island’s location remains a secret, and non-disclosure agreements will be issued to all guests.

IllicitEncounters spokesperson Christian Grant explained: “All you need to do is sneak out for a ‘business trip’ and the rest is taken care of for you.

“What happens on the island stays on the island. “If only we’d thought of this before, we could have saved the likes of Vernon Kay and Jeremy McConnell, to name just a couple, quite a bit of hassle.”

The story originally appeared on The Sun.