London, August 22 : A new survey has revealed that most women see the qualities and attributes they want in a man in builders, and like being wolf-whistled by them.
More than a third of women participants in the Nector Business study said that they actually liked the attention.
During the survey, 37 per cent of the subjects said that they liked being wolf-whistled, while four per cent said that they were disappointed if they did not get a whistle.
There were only 13 per cent women who reported avoiding walking past sites because they disliked it.
"We've always known women love a builder. Now its official," the Daily Star quoted London builder Jamie Morse as saying.
The study revealed that 29 per cent of girls thought that only a smart suit was sexier as a work outfit than a hard hat.
Nector boss Charlie Humphreys said: "Builders possess a lot of the qualities and attributes that women look for in a man."