Anti-marriage website marks its 10th divorce
Casual dating site celebrates unusual milestone
Most dating sites boast about finding ''perfect matches'' and the number of single members that go on to marry.
But ForgetDinner.co.uk says only a ''tiny fraction'' of its users strike a lasting relationship, and that not one has tied the knot.
The majority, including those in long-term relationships, are encouraged to skip small talk - and head straight to bed.
According to spokesman Howard James, this 'philosophy' of one-night stands has led to 10 divorces or separations since the site was launched in 2008.
He said: ''We are delighted to have helped so many people leave behind their unhappy relationships and discover new and fulfilling lives.''
The site, a so-called 'Wedding Free Zone', introduces folk looking for ''uncomplicated flings''.
Of its 200,000 adult members, a ''significant number'' - believed to be in the region of 15 per cent - are married or in relationships.
A recent survey carried out by the site revealed that dozens of ‘love rat’ members have been caught cheating on their partners. Of these, 10 have now formally separated.
''It's a strange milestone to celebrate, I know,'' Howard said. ''But it proves one thing - that the days of old-fashioned romance have long gone.''