Hunky rocket scientist, 27, with an IQ of 181 wins the Mister World crown and becomes Britain's first title holder
- Jack Heslewood, 27, has won the Mr World competition in the Philippines
- Has an IQ of 181 and worked as a technical consultant for a space company
- Put his powerful job on hold to represent England in various model competitions
A handsome Brit with a powerful job as a rocket scientist has overcome Mr. World competition.
Jack Heslewood, 27, achieved first place in the global beauty competition for men earlier today.
The intelligent space engineer at Bishops Stortford, Herts, defeated the tough competition from 71 other countries to get the top title.
Jake Heslewood, 27, has defeated the tough competition from 71 other countries to win first place in the Mister World competition from Bishops Stortford, Herts
The biennial competition is a five-part test of strength, skills, dedication, fashion and multimedia.
Jack, who has a & # 39; genius & # 39; IQ of 181 has put his scientific work on hold to immerse his muscular toe in the world of male models.
The 3 ft smart 3-fold heathrob said earlier: “When modeling you meet many different people and make new friends, it's a big distraction from science that is mentally demanding.
After leaving school at the age of 16, he continued his dream of studying at Kingston University and at the age of 21 he obtained his degree in aerospace engineering and was invited to work at the leading space and defense company Marshalls Aerospace
At the age of 15 he was taken to a conversation about the Bloodhound Project, a British supersonic land vehicle, and then he realized he wanted to study engineering
& # 39; Modeling requires a completely different kind of skill that I respect, it's not easy. & # 39;
Jack was already at a young age in the world of modeling, because his two sisters were involved in the industry.
At the age of 15 he was taken to a conversation about the Bloodhound Project, a British supersonic land vehicle, and then he realized that he wanted to study engineering.
Graduated in aerospace engineering Jack, from Bishops Stortford, worked as a technical consultant in addition to starting his own business in advanced technology
After leaving school at the age of 16, he continued his dream of studying at Kingston University and at the age of 21 he obtained his degree in aerospace engineering and was invited to work at the leading space and defense company Marshalls Aerospace.
Jack & # 39; s IQ is 181 – 21 points higher than 160, which is considered a genius level.
His mother Kerry said: & Jack had an engine at the age of five and was extremely interested in engines and technology.
& # 39; His scientific work in elementary school was very advanced, he was always busy designing scooters and inventing hoverboards – we have always said jokes that he would one day become an inventor.
& # 39; I have always been proud of all my children – I know Jack loves the competition and will enjoy all the challenges and adventures.
& # 39; I am very happy that Jack is making new friends and knows that he will do his best with everything he is thrown. He is polite, well-mannered and fun. & # 39;
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