Sausage Fest: Most Women on Ashley Madison Were Fake!

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TORONTO, CANADA – Just when you thought the news of the cheating website Ashley Madison couldn’t get any worse, there’s this gem. It’s been revealed that the love may have been a bit one-sided.

According to Impact Team, the group who organized the hack, up to 95% of female users on the site were bots created by the company!

A dating website that helps married people cheat has been hit by hackers who threatened to release information about millions of customers.

The Ashley Madison hack gets more interesting by the day.

What’s more, TheNextWeb.com reported the website was sued back in 2013 by an employee who claimed her job was to create thousands of fake profiles.

Data generated by Ashley Madison shows out of 37 million users, only 5.5 million had female profiles. But out of that 5.5, none of the accounts showed any activity since they had been created.

Tech blog Gizmodo sifted through the data even further and discovered inbox messages were checked by over 20 million men, compared to just 1,400 women. And get this chat stat: 11 million men used the feature while just over 2,000 women used it.

Wait, so all of this fuss has been about men trying to cheat with suspected Fembots? Let’s hope Siri doesn’t find out.