SEX FORUM Tatts the way to pull an absolute cracker!
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!”