中英對照讀新聞》Cheating men’s face shapes can give it away, study suggests 研究：男人不忠都寫在臉上
Philandering men have unfaithfulness written all over their faces, according to research that suggests men and women are able to spot cheating chaps just by looking at them.
Experts found men with more "masculine" faces were more likely to be thought to be unfaithful, and such men also self-reported more cheating or "poaching"of other men’s partners.
However, they stressed the results were modest, and said people should be wary of deciding whether someone is a love rat based on impressions of facial features alone.
The team said being suspicious of men with masculine features – such as a strong browridge, strong jaw and thinner lips – might have offered an evolutionary advantage, allowing heterosexual women to spot a flaky partner and men to recognise a potential rival who might seduce their partner or leave them raising someone else’s child.