Grandmother Claims Her Looks Make Men Crash And Cry

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Grandmother Claims Her Looks Make Men Crash And Cry

Grandmother Claims Her Looks Make Men Crash And Cry


There is a very thin line between being confident in how you look and coming across as self-obsessed and arrogant. One grandmother apparently crossed that thin line quite a long time ago and hasn’t looked back since.

Stephanie Arnott is a 58-year-old grandmother who believes her looks have caused men to crash their vehicles and begin crying in front of their wives. Arnott recently appeared on This Morning to talk about her looks, but she was made the fool after Phillip Schofield showed a video of her walking around and no one actually caring. Arnott ‘didn’t know’ what happened there, according to Mirror.




Stephanie explained how 12 years ago an accident was nearly caused because of her. She said: “The last time I nearly caused an accident was 12 years ago with a friend. People take a double take. It’s quite overwhelming when you’re walking to your car. If you look sexy and wear nice clothes it puts men off their driving.”

Her husband of 11 years apparently loves the attention she gets, too. The man has been called her ‘minder’ or ‘chauffeur’ previously. Arnott said “He loves the attention that I get. He loves it. They think he’s my minder and my chauffeur. He thinks it’s really funny. People are very surprised I’m a grandmother and once when I picked up my granddaughter from school someone was mumbling something like, ‘That can’t possibly be your grandmother.’”

Her looks, apparently, are all natural, except for the fake pair of breasts. She believes she could have been a model if she didn’t have an addiction to sugar. She continued: “I should’ve been a Vogue model. I blew a modelling career. It was a serious sugar craving and I just couldn’t get out of it. Obviously when I was younger I was better looking. I didn’t realise that a lot of men were frightened of me then. I got a lot of attention and it created a lot of jealousy. I still do have a lot of attention wherever I go.” Arnott added: “I’m a very sympathetic person. It’s very important no to sound too obsessed or vain. If I was vain then I would’ve had a cog thread lift, would’ve had my teeth done before, I’m getting them done now.”