Cheating on your spouse is a really, really bad look. Everyone ends up getting hurt, the risk is never worth the "reward," and things are never the same afterward.

It'll ruin your relationship. It will destroy your marriage. And, in many cases, can completely rip families apart.

Still thinking about cheating? Not worried about the aftermath of you stepping out on your spouse? Would a little legatrouble convince you otherwise?

If so, you may want to do a little homework when it comes to adultery laws in the state of Idaho. Since 1972, adultery has been considered a felony crime in Idaho. The punishment? Up to three years in prison, and a fine of up to $1,000.

In case you're wondering, that's a more severe punishment than Idaho's campaign finance laws. Sure, why not.

Our neighbors to the west have it better when it comes to cheating, if that's even a thing that is possible. In California, there are now laws against adultery. It's a no-fault divorce state, and spouses won't face criminal charges. So they've got all the electric cars, nicer weather, and they get to get some in the front seat of the Hummer anytime they want? Totally unfair.

Will you actually go to prison and be fined up to four figures if you're caught cheating on your spouse in Idaho? Most likely not. However, if the only reason you're not going behind your spouse's back for a little hanky panky is because you don't want to go to prison, you probably need a hot shower.

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