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Extramarital dating website Ashley Madison has raised social hackles around the world with its promotion of adultery.
But in Singapore, its forthcoming launch has been met with staunch opposition, as residents and politicians insist its maxim that "Life is short.
The website reached Asia this year, first with a Japan site in June, followed by a Hong Kong site in August.
Noel Biderman, the firm’s chief executive, told The Times: “The number of 50-plus married women in the UK joining us has surprised me.
Facebook user Joelle Kong wrote on the site that "we need to send a message to the international business community that while we are happy to have foreign investors build businesses here, companies that promote such anti-family values are not welcome here".
Another supporter, Jason Ho, wrote that he had personal reasons to oppose infidelity.
We provide a platform and social network for like-minded adults that cannibalises an already existing behaviour pattern." He said his company is "clearly addressing a demand" and even cited government statistics to back his claim.
"Ashley didn't invent infidelity, and infidelity has long been practiced in Singapore," he added.