These Michigan cities have the most Ashley Madison users


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Ah, the Ashley Madison hack, the gift that just keeps on giving. Most recently, the fine folks at Roadsnacks analyzed the data leaked from the site to determine which Michigan cities have the most and the highest concentration of users. 

And oh, the things they found. 

Some town called Allenton got #1. 
This is Allenton.
  • This is Allenton.

And low and behold, good ol' Birmingham came in at #2. We'd love to say we're surprised, but.... 
OMG we're so surprised
  • OMG we're so surprised

So what other places in metro Detroit are packed full of men who cheat on their wives people who have an Ashley Madison account? Here's the short list of all those in the Top 50, and just remember... don't go looking for things you don't want to know. 

Center Line — for only having 7,000 people, #7's pretty impressive.
Auburn Hills — you're #9, congrats! 
Royal Oak — #13, you've got almost 4,000 cheaters! 
Ferndale — #15, naughty, naughty Ferndale!
Troy — #20, whoa Troy, 5,000? Wow. 
Wixom — #23, we believe these are just Novi philanderers trying to throw off the scent. 
Novi — #24, the not-so-sneaky ones. 
Southfield — #27, we're kinda disappointed you're not higher TBH. 
Wyandotte — #29, aw really? C'mon Wyandotte! 
Hazel Park — #34, damn HP. 
Livonia — #36, obviously. 
Berkley — #38, tisk tisk tisk. 
Madison Heights — #45, 1,285 of you want to cheat. 
Pontiac — #49, you've got 2,000+ people on the prowl. 

So where did Detroit rank in all this?

#107 baby. Not bad, playas. 

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