If there's one thing Brits are good at, it's behaving badly abroad. But we can't even do that anymore as Americans apparently make the worst tourists.

A survey of 9,500 people found Americans were much more likely to admit to bad habits while abroad.

Admits to peeing in the pool:

Americans (64 per cent)

Canadians (58 per cent)

Brits (46 per cent)

Germans (44 per cent)

Chinese (41 per cent)

Admits to taking hotel toiletries or towels:

Americans (69 per cent)

Canadians (61 per cent)

Chinese (61 per cent)

Brits (45 per cent)

Germans (20 per cent)

Admits to doing holiday research while at work:

Chinese (70 per cent)

Americans (67 per cent)

Canadians (64 per cent)

Brits (40 per cent)

Germans (38 per cent)

Admits to calling in sick to extend a holiday by one day:

Americans (24 per cent)

Canadians (16 per cent)

Chinese (16 per cent)

Brits (15 per cent)

Germans (10 per cent)

Admits to going to a tanning salon after a holiday:

Germans (seven per cent)

Brits (four per cent)

Americans (four per cent)

Canadians (four per cent)

Chinese (two per cent)

Admits to cheating on their partner on holiday:

Germans (10 per cent)

Chinese (five per cent)

Brits (four per cent)

Americans (three per cent)

Canadians (two per cent)

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