"Some years ago, I was representing a family of gangsters. Make that, 'They allegedly had ties to organized crime,' ... The boy who I was representing is explaining he had this affair: when his wife was away, he brought this woman to his home in Bay Ridge. And his father stood up and slapped the boy’s face and said, 'Certain things you don't do.' So even amongst lowlifes there is some kind of code."

-- New York divorce lawyer Raoul Felder, in The New York Times' Joyce Walder's exhaustively-reported story on why if you're going to have an affair, you'd better not do it in the marital bed