Dino and Stacy

I’M SORRY.  YOU’RE TOO HANDSOME.
I’M SORRY. YOU’RE TOO HANDSOME.

I’m pretty sure this is something that will never happen to the “men” on this morning show. Over the weekend, three men from the United Arab Emirates were deported from Saudi Arabia for being… too handsome. How does that even happen?!

(MAKE BELIEVE SCENARIO) “So, why were you kicked out of Columbus?” “I was too handsome.” “Oh. So why are you in Cleveland?”

The men in question were in Saudi Arabia for a festival. Islamic police stormed the festival and grabbed the men. They were worried women, and I quote “could fall for them.” I’ve had confident days where I thought I looked pretty good, but never so¬†spectacular where I thought, “I could get kicked out of Saudi Arabia.” In fact, a more realistic scenario is this: I go to Saudi Arabia, go through customs and show my passport with photo¬†and they say- “You’re good. Welcome to our country.” Stay average looking, gentlemen. It’s less hassle.

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