Good news for cheaters in New Hampshire − your affair may still be morally wrong, but it will no longer be a crime!

New Hampshire has an anti-adultery law that dates back to the early 1800s. As it stands now, having an extra-marital affair is currently a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $1,200.  And though it hasn't been enforced in more than a decade, it may be off the books for good soon.

A bill to repeal the statute passed the House and is expected to pass the Senate on Thursday. Then it will go to Governor Maggie Hassan, who, according to a spokesperson, is likely to sign it.

FYI: Adultery is still against the law in 21 states. (Washington Post