Let's be honest: everyone pulls a Pinocchio once in a while. However, citizens of some countries are spinning tall tales way too often, **cough** China **cough** while others are as honest and true as a good woman in a Hemingway novel. So who's fibbin', and who's tellin' it straight?
Well, a recent study by the University of East Anglia tested the honesty of Brazil, China, Greece, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, the United States, Argentina, Denmark, the United Kingdom, India, Portugal, South Africa, and South Korea, asking 1,500 participants participate in two tests: one where flipping a coin paid out for every time the coin landed on heads. When the numbers were tallied, if the amount of "heads" was over 50% for a certain country, that country was deemed "dishonest."