The perfect man eats meat, drives an Audi and phones his mum twice a week, a poll of women revealed.
The ideal fella also drinks beer, not wine or spirits, and earns £48 000 (or a whopping R615 360) a year. He will also be six feet tall, have short dark hair and smart dress sense.
Vegetarians were a no-no, whilst being clean shaven and with a smooth chest, according to the poll of 2000 women by luxury clothing brand Austin Reed.
A spokesman for Austin Reed said: "It would seem that women have high expectations when it comes to the perfect man.
"How a man is presented is obviously going to be a huge part of that.
"Whilst women don’t want a man to be too preened, they would like him to be stylish and up to date with current trends.
"It also nice to see that women favour a smart appearance, as opposed to sportswear."
The study also found the ideal man should also have a degree and hold down a decent job. A demanding 15 per cent said they would insist on a suitor having at least a master’s degree or a PHD. But 70 per cent of girls said they would prefer to date a man who earned more than them.
The poll also revealed girls don’t like their other half to be too "deep" with 43 percent preferring their chap to joke around and have a laugh rather than enjoy in-depth conversations. Although 86 percent of women want a man who is sensitive, 64 percent only want him to say "I love you" when he really means it.
The poll found 39 percent of women would want her man to love shopping, but a third said they would like a man to leave the shopping side of things to her. Interestingly, women would rather her ideal man enjoy watching sport at the pub than watch soap operas and reality TV shows with them.
Surprisingly two thirds of women would rather Mr Perfect admitted it when he is eyeing up other girls, rather than trying to cover it up. Other ‘must haves’ were that the ideal man should hold a driving licence, must be able to swim and be able to ride a bike. And girls like a handy man – the poll found that he should be able to change a car tyre, be able to knock down a door in an emergency and competently rewire a plug.
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A spokesman for Austin Reed added: "Women certainly know what they want when it comes to that dream man.
"Some of the criteria in the list is pretty superficial and it doesn’t really matter if every man doesn’t tick all the boxes.
"But on face value you have to be attracted to a man and how a man presents himself is going to one of the first things you notice and key to the level of attraction.