London, Oct 14 : Love cheats who have a fling on holiday are being caught out by Facebook, a new survey on Brits has revealed.
One fifth of holidaymakers who had a "no-strings" romance were later tracked down at home, through social networking sites.
That rose to seven in ten for people under 30, reports the Sun.
And one in 10 of those under 20 were exposed as having cheated on partners.
Half of Brits now think twice about giving full named to holiday lovers over fear of being traced online.
Bob Atkinson of travelsupermarket.com, which conducted the poll, said: "What happens on holiday no longer stays on holiday."