Naked Attraction Fans Furious As Man Eliminates Woman For 'Weird' Reason
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Fans of Naked Attraction are a bit confused by a contestant's 'weird' reason for eliminating someone from the show.
The Channel 4 show is back in its ninth season after being on our screens since 2016.
For those unaware, the way it works is that a singleton will have the choice to pick one of six naked contestants in the hopes of finding a partner.
The pair will then go off and date to see how well they get on, by being fully clothed.
As each round passes, contestants are voted off by the single person who decides what they don't like about their least favourite contestant.
Eventually, one contestant will remain and that lucky person will get to go on a date with the picky singleton.
However, during a recent showing, a single contestant named Luca presented a pretty unique requirement for his next woman – that she would need to have a perfect neck.
He explained: "She's got a lovely neck. Necks are very important. They're very sensual."
Luca added: "Yellow's get a very nice neck. I think kissing and caressing the neck is quite nice."
Unfortunately, when it came to looking at a woman in the blue pod, Luca said: "She has a lovely smile but her neck doesn't draw me in."
And things were worse for the woman in the green pod who he eliminated, saying: "Her neck isn't that appetising. It's not what I really go for."
Viewers were rather unimpressed by Luca's particular preference.
One fan wrote: “Honestly, he's giving off weird vibes with this neck obsession, lucky escape green. #NakedAttraction."
Another added: "Neck fetish... get out."
And a third tweeted: "Did he just say that 'Her neck isn't really that appetising. It's not something I'd really go for'. Ok mate Lol."
Amid some criticism, host Anna Richardson has defended the controversial show, saying: "As much as it's funny, and we laugh along, there's a much deeper meaning to being naked which is about acceptance, identity and individuality.
"I must have seen thousands of naked people, who are absolutely cool with themselves and who are like 'This is who I am', and that's very liberating.
"There's something great about being able to look at ordinary bodies, while you're like 'Actually my body's not so bad, I look a bit like that'. It's about acceptance."
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Topics: Channel 4, TV and Film, Naked Attraction