A suave Texas educator has proved that some people, like fine wine, get better with age. Irvin Randle has become an overnight celebrity after pictures of him were posted online. The dapper silver fox, who is said to be in his 60s, sent the internet into a frenzy with his toned features, well-maintained beard and flair for fashion.
The viral picture collage of the well turned out southern man showed him an an array of ensembles which included ripped skinny jeans, V-neck T-shirts, caps and trainers. He has since been dubbed '#MrStealYourGrandma".
Women across the globe have since taken to social media in their droves to ogle the distinguished gentleman. "Mr man crush of the day,#IrvinRandle Bobo (oh sorry grandpa) la hot!" one admirer said while another quipped: "Woosh!!!! #mrstealyourgrandma who is this man and how can I find him???!!!! "
A third predicted that he "will be worldwide in magazines very soon!!
Men have also expressed their admiration, suggesting that he must be drinking from his very own fountain of youth. One added: "Found a picture of me from the future #MrStealYourGrandma".
A quick scan of his Facebook account revealed that he may be single and loves a good selfie.
Back in 2014, smooth criminal Jeremy Meeks won over legions of female fans after his mugshot was posted online. The 32-year-old, who was arrested in connection to a spat of shootings and robberies in Stockton, California, was dubbed "America's hottest felon" after the Stockon Police Department released it on social media, receiving millions of views and at least 80,000 likes.
He signed a professional modelling contract with White Cross Management following his release earlier this year and his agent, Jim Jordan, has said that the former convict has some acting roles in the pipeline.