Married People Can Book Rooms on a New Island Made for Cheating

Married People Can Book Rooms on a New Island Made for Cheating

Guests will fly away to cheat on private holidays.

By Marianne Garvey

No private eyes here. Guaranteed.

A dating website for married people (go figure) is purchasing a private island where their clients can go cheat in peace--and have sun and sand filled days, too.

The island, appropriately called iIllicit Retreat, is 100 miles from Portsmouth, on England’s south coast. It has tiny apartments all over the island, complete with bedrooms, dining rooms, and jacuzzis. The website recently bought the remote property.

Cheaters will be taken to the island by helicopter, and are assured they won’t be caught by their significant other. Guests will be blindfolded so they cannot describe getting to the island, and they will have to sign non-disclosure agreements in order to “vacation” there.

“All you need to do is sneak out for a ‘business trip’ and the rest is taken care of for you,” explains Illicit’s spokesperson Christian Grant.

“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.”

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