Readers of FHM magazine have voted a British girl as the World's Sexiest Woman. Cheryl Cole tops the poll and is the first British winner for three years.
Controversially, it is the fifteenth time in a row that a woman has taken the title, prompting allegations of sexism. Although 10 million votes were cast, by far the majority were thought to have been cast by male readers of FHM. This has lead to claims that the competition is biased in favour of a female winner.
We spoke to a number of FHM readers and asked them about their voting. Chief amongst the responses were "Phwoar!", "Wahay!" and "You don't get many of them to the pound!"
The demographic profile for FHM readers was not available, but strangely most of the people we spoke to were aged 18-24 and owned an uninsured Vauxhall Corsa with Lexus-style rear lights and bass speakers the same size as their alloy wheels.
We tried to get a balanced view of the voting to see if the claims of sexism were justified. Of the people we interviewed, none admitted to voting for a man, or Britney Spears, but several said they had not voted for Cheryl Cole.
Mr Stevie Chadwick, known to his mates as Big Stevie, Super-Stevie, Stevie-boy, Stevie-boy-Steve, Stevo, Stevie-Chad, Chadders, Chad-knackers, Chad-Valley, Big-bad-Chad, The Chadinator, Stevie No-wick, Chad Stevewick, Chaddington Bear, Stadwick Cheeverton, Saint Evie, Stevie-von-pork-sword, Republic of Chadwick, Chadmeister, Chadwick Bypass, STV, Stelly and Steve said he had forgotten to vote.