Women are used to swooning over Australian Football League heart throb Warwick Capper renowned for his good looks.
But when he hit his mid-forties he decided cosmetic surgery was not out of the question and opted for a botox procedure to hold back the signs of ageing.
The Gold Coaster has an added incentive to stay young-looking - he is currently dating lingerie model Kristy Williams who is 19 years his junior.
Mr Capper is keen to tell the world that Botox and liposuction treatments worth £4,000 have left him looking more than a decade younger.
In an interview with Woman's Day he said: "It's not a facelift, just a bit of a freshen-up… I'm 45, but I reckon I could pass for 31."
Mr Capper is one of a growing number of men to have recently opted for cosmetic surgery to restore their youthful looks.
The Harley Medical Group recently reported a 20 per cent increase in the number of male patients receiving cosmetic treatment over the past five years
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