Do men behave better than women while traveling?

New York, May 21 : Traveling can lead you to let loose and get a little crazier than usual.

Travel guide website Triposo conducted a survey to learn more about crazy tourist behavior abroad.

They asked respondents to confess to their own travel sins -- which included everything from public drunkenness to cheating on significant others -- and also to report on the misbehavior of others.

When asked about their goals for travel, 14 percent of the men surveyed admitted that they were hoping to hook up while traveling, the Huffington Post reported.

Only about 5 percent of women identified hooking up as a travel goal.

Sixteen percent of respondents said that they hooked up with someone who didn't speak their language.

Eleven percent of women admitted to this, while 19 percent of men did.

In the survey, about 17 percent of respondents hooked up in a public place while abroad.

The spread between men and women was pretty even, with 15 percent of women and 18 percent of men admitting to this behavior.

One in four people admit to having a one night stand while traveling abroad.

About 20 percent of women copped to this, while 30 percent of men did.

Forty percent of women have been asked out on a date by a local.

Thirty-one percent of males got the same special treatment.

Nine percent of people admitted that drinking led to them waking up in an unfamiliar place while traveling.

Almost 1 in 10 women have woken up in an unusual place after a night of drinking, but men were 7 times more likely to do it.

A total of 6 percent of respondents admitted to cheating on their significant others while abroad. Men were twice as likely to cheat as women.

About 5 percent of both men and women said they have broken up with a significant other while traveling.

Five percent of respondents said drinking led to naked escapades in public. Men were three times more likely to end up naked in public.

Almost 6 percent of men admitted to soliciting sex while abroad; no women admitted to it, though.

--ANI (Posted on 21-05-2013)

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