Good-looking men are more likely to be selfish as they profit from social inequality, claims a new research. But attractive women did not display the same tendency towards continuing inequality, reported the Independent.
The research led by Brunel University London explained that more attractive men could be less generous.
Dr. Michael Price, lead investigator said that better-looking men may be biased towards being more selfish and less altruistic and egalitarian.
Price concluded that the results of their experiment, stating the correlation between good looks and attitudes of individuals should not be treated as criteria and that many good-looking men could be altruistic.