Blatter 'decade's biggest villain'
Fifa boss Sepp Blatter has been named the biggest "villain" of the past decade - ahead of figures such as Simon Cowell and Tiger Woods.
The Swiss president of football's governing body topped a poll for TV channel Syfy.
A list of heroes was topped by US President Barack Obama.
Mr Blatter - who has seen his organisation trying to shake off corruption allegations in recent months - led the list of the biggest villains of the past 10 years, ahead of former RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin.
Another high-profile business figure featured prominently, with former BP chief executive Tony Hayward in fifth place.
Sporting "love rats" Ashley Cole (3), Woods (4) and Ryan Giggs (7) all figure in the top 10.
Behind President Obama in the hero list was runner-up David Beckham, followed by Prince William and Harry Potter author JK Rowling.
The poll was commissioned to coincide with the launch of superhero series The Cape on Syfy on Thursday, July 21.
Around 2,000 people were asked to name their choices of heroes and villains.