Paris must be losing its charms, because a new poll has just awarded Athens as the most flirtatious city in the world!
The birthplace of scholars like Socrates, Plato and Aristotle took home the title on the "World Flirtation League" poll. The decision was based on the analysis of "flirtatious" contacts made on the popular social networking and dating site Badoo.com. Officials had to do through 12 million "flirtatious" contacts made on the site over the course of a month, with 108 million unique users flirting in 180 different countries.
And the surprise nominations don't end there; Moscow came in second place, Rome trailed at number 8, while cities like London and New York came in at a measly 57 and 89, respectively.
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