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By Scarlett Russell. The Czech Republic has long been regarded as one of the most popular destinations for British men's stag parties: At one point, it was reported that 20 per cent of all weekend crime in Prague was caused by them. Perhaps one reason so many tourists flock to the Czech Republic is because of its relaxed attitude to sex, affairs and alcohol. The country has been deemed the most accepting of moral issues in the world, closely followed - bizarrely - by Japan. Prague is one of the world's most popular destinations for stag parties, one pictured here.
In a recent survey entitled Global Views of Morality, the Czech Republic was the most accepting of affairs, alcohol and sex. Britain is amongst one of the most relaxed attitudes in Europe towards sex before marriage, but one of the most disapproving of extramarital affairs. French kiss: France was the second most accepting country when questioned about extramarital affairs in a recent morality survey.
French President Francois Hollande, pictured here, famously had an affair. Just four per cent of British respondents deemed them acceptable, along with Australia and Canada. It is followed closely by France, where the figure was 12 per cent. Outside of Europe, Venezuela is the most relaxed in terms of premarital sex, with 61 per cent believing it is acceptable. They were asked to rate each topic as morally acceptable, unacceptable, or not a moral issue.
Overall, whilst the Czech Republic is the most morally relaxed, according to the results Japan follows closely behind. The US are also more morally opposed to homosexuality than Japan. Just 23 per cent of those questioned think being gay is acceptable.
In Japan the figure is 38 per cent, Brazil 44 per cent, Spain 55 per cent and Czech Republic comes out on top again, with 56 per cent. Those most unaccepting of homosexuality is Ghana, Pakistan, Egypt, Uganda and Nigeria, where the figure is just one per cent. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.