One in five men have a secret email account
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Nearly a quarter said they had content in their inbox that they wouldn't want their partner to see, with confirmation of purchases they have bought being the main reason.
Although a third said they had flirty emails stored that they need to keep under wraps.
One in ten men has confided over email to friends about their relationship problems which could also land them in hot water with their wife or girlfriend.
Of those polled, two thirds of all men choose not to share their passwords with their other half and 23 per cent admitted to being secretive about what was stored on their phone and PC.
A guilt ridden 18 per cent of men also feel the need to delete certain pictures and video clips 'just in case'.
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