Looks like adulterers in Singapore will have to stick with other low-tech ways to get their cheat on. According to reports, the local government has already blocked the controversial dating site before it's planned launch in November.

The Canadian company had realier announced its intention to launch in Singapore after successfully launching in Hong Kong, Japan and India. The upcoming launch attracted plenty disapproval among conservative Singaporeans, who even set up a Facebook protest page which has attracted over 26,000 ‘likes’.

While the site may be blocked, that may not stop the company from registering a local entity or conducting marketing activities in the country.