SAN ANTONIO - Cheating spouses are rushing to delete profiles from adultery site Ashley Madison after hackers threatened to expose them.
Many San Antonians may be worried -- the website touts the Alamo City as the second most active city on the site.
It claims to have 37 million users and its motto is "Life is short have an affair." Married people looking for a fling and casual sex can log on to AshleyMadison.com.
"Our society and social media makes it easier," said Anthony Hernandez.
Probably the biggest shocker to some is the website claims some of its most frequent users are from San Antonio.
"You mean there's more cheaters here," asked San Antonio resident Norma Moreno.
"That's crazy going on here. I would have never expected it," said Hernandez.
According to the site, the top five cities with the most members per-capita include San Antonio, which comes in at number two just below Washington D.C.
A group of hackers calling themselves "The Impact Team" claims to have stolen sensitive internal data from 'AshleyMadison' and two other hook-up sites. They want the sites taken down or they will expose everyone's information.
"If there is a problem you have to work things out," said Jay Hauck.
That's exactly what psychologist, Dr. Javier Villanueva suggested.
"It's unfortunate there's a lot of opportunities and resources to not make those choices," said Dr. Villanueva.
Meantime, some feel what happens in the dark always comes to light.
"It's their own fault they can't hide from what they were doing," said Hernandez.