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    The UK's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, is the firstborn child of Princess Diana, and the eldest grandson of the reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. At the moment he is second in line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles.

    The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, beat Jason Statham and Pitbull in a battle for the title of “sexiest bald man” on the planet, the Sun reported on Saturday, citing a Google search study.

    A medical tourism facilitator and research group, Longevita, analyzing reports and blogs, stated that the word “sexy” accompanied online mentions of Prince William some 17.6 million times. The 38-year-old royal outpaced Mike Tyson, who placed second (8.8 million), in the list along with the actor Statham. The top five also included legendary basketball player Michael Jordan and musician Pitbull. Actor Bruce Willis, Russian President Vladimir Putin and several others were also listed in the rating.

    According to reports, Princess Diana’s eldest son has never been embarrassed by the fact that he is rapidly losing his hair. On the contrary, he often jokes about his baldness, as well as with his wife, Kate Middleton.

    Nevertheless, some twitter users appeared to be frustrated by the results, saying that William does not deserve the title. Many netizens were outraged with the fact that actor Stanley Tucci was outgunned, making him trend in Twitter.

    Users suggested their own variants for bald sex symbols worth mentioning in the list.

    Some just mocked the controversial "research," saying it was unfair.

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