Comment: Goodbye Tom Selleck and your chest fur - here's why hairless men are on the rise
Published 20/10/2016 | 02:30
Ladies, if you're wondering where your razor's gone, you might want to ask your other half. Over 50pc of men have now admitted to trimming and shaving their leg hair.
In a recent online poll by 'Men's Health', carried out on its Facebook page, close to 50pc of respondents said they trimmed their leg hair.
Male leg-shaving was previously the preserve of professional cyclists or swimmers. Cyclists claimed bald skin allowed the road rashes they suffered to heal better.