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Friday, May 08, 2015

3 Of The World's Most Handsome Men- And The Problems They Faced For Being So Handsome

Generally, the notion we put when someone is handsome or pretty is that they are so privileged to be such. And most of the time we give them the benefit and consideration. But who would have thought that beauty could pose so much disadvantage, site for example these three men from different parts of the world:
First we have Omar Bolkan Al Gala  - the Emirati man who had been rumoured back in 2013 to have been deported from Saudi Arabia "FOR BEING TOO HANDSOME".  According to the Arabic news paper Elaph, there were a trio of hunks that had been deported for fears that women in Saudi Arabia would find them irresistible and he is one of them.
Watch his interview  here:
Rob now and then.

I'm mindblown! Rob Lowe was Sodapop in the Outsiders! #thatscrazy @RobLowe
When he wore this tank top and his hair quaffed perfectly in the wind.

We have Rob Lowe, a 51 year old actor who admitted that being handsome has some disadvantages specially in the entertainment industry. 'There’s this unbelievable bias and prejudice against quote-unquote good-looking people, that they can’t be in pain or they can’t have rough lives or be deep or interesting,' Lowe told the New York Times. In an article published by The Independent  he said "Being attractive makes it "much harder" to get by in the entertainment industry. 


For our third we have a professor! Pietro Boselli. The world's most handsome math teacher. He is now claiming that his good looks has dwarfed his academic capabilities, and that some women can't keep their hands to themselves. Some of his students would also sneak pictures of him while in class.  By the way he has earned his Phd in Mechanical Engineering already at age 26 and has very impressive academic achievements. 
Watch his interview here: 

Pietro as a model

and Pietro as a math professor/researcher