Girls, what do you think about chest hair on boys?

We have to know

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Ever since Nigel Farage claimed Russell Brand straightened his own chest hair before going on Question Time, we’ve been obsessed with it.

But is it a good style? We toured the streets of London to ask girls if they prefer boys to look like Chewbecca or Joey Essex.

Rosina, 28, choreographer

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“My fiancé has chest hair, so I guess I’m a fan. There’s a limit though: not like Austin Powers.”

Kirsten, 19, artist

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“Chest hair yes, back hair no.”

Gabi, 28, passerby

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“No preference. Depends on the guy really.”

Chloe, 25, barista

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“I’m all about that chest rug.”

Amy, 37, commuter

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“I hate chest hair. I would rather guys didn’t have any hair at all. I have enough to deal with myself.”

Imogen, 21, hospitality

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“I’m undecided.”

Awinnie, 22 and Clare, 20 at Oxford

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Awinnie: “I don’t mind a little bit but not too much.”

Clare: “It’s only acceptable if he’s really ripped.”

Sita, 20, London College of Communication

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“A little bit. Definitely not a lot.”

Sophie, 25, office worker

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“Not loads.”

Courtney, 19, model

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“No. I’m strongly against it. I don’t want to be caught up in all of that.”