SEX FO­RUM Tatts the way to pull an ab­so­lute cracker!

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TOTTOOED blokes are more at­trac­tive to women than those who haven’t got any ink­ing.

A re­cent study reck­ons that tat­toos on a man are seen by women as a sign of mas­culin­ity and good health.

For­mer Eng­land footie cap­tain David Beck­ham, 41, reg­u­larly tops the list for sex­i­est male and sci­en­tists said it may be down to his body art.

It seems fel­las are al­ready ahead of the game though, as one-in-five Brits al­ready boasts an ink­ing some­where on their skin.

One third of adults in the UK have also got a tat­too as the en­thu­si­asm for them has grown rapidly in re­cent years.

One of the au­thors of the study said: “We found women per­ceived tat­toos as a sig­nal of good health, mas­culin­ity, ag­gres­sive­ness and dom­i­nance.

“They may favour tat­tooed men as more valu­able part­ners with po­ten­tially bet­ter health and higher so­cial rank.”

Ex­perts also think that a tat­too could even scare off po­ten­tial threats and ward off fights from other men as they in­tim­i­date same-sex ri­vals as a sig­nal of phys­i­cal pre­pon­der­ance.

We asked Mid­week Sport stunna Alice Spencer what she thinks about the re­sults of the sur­vey.

The 23-year-old, from Hull, said hav­ing a tat­too won’t ham­per a bloke’s chances of get­ting their hands on her 32C boobs.

She said: “I do like tat­toos and know a few re­ally good-look­ing men who went and got tat­toos and now they are about 10 times more at­trac­tive.

“But I also know men who just wouldn’t suit tat­toos, some­times they look re­ally bad.

“If a man had no tat­toos I’d still shag him, but if a man had re­ally bad tat­toos that were smudged or badly drawn it would re­ally put me off.

“There’s pro­grammes on TV that fix bad tat­toos and trust me, if a fella with one of those ink­ings tried to pull me, they’d have no chance!”

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