We all know how powerful the internet is. It not only has the ability to disseminate information, but can also make someone famous (or infamous) overnight. Social media platform Twitter seems especially good for that.
A few days ago, a girl posted a photo of a hot security guard whom she spotted at Justin Bieber’s concert in Netherlands.
AFAGSHJS LIKE WHO THE FUCK IS THIS SECURITY GUARD HE IS SO FUCKING HOT. ISTG HE WAS ALSO AT PURPOSE TOUR IN ARNHEM pic.twitter.com/0Jdm8W67JV
— issa (@biebsdemon) June 4, 2017
A day later, Twitter user Joyce, reposted the photo on her account and with the caption, “Twitter, do your thing.”
twitter do your thing pic.twitter.com/MKTCQj0xqf
— joyce (@stratfordneymar) June 4, 2017
The post went viral and has gotten more than 14,000 retweets.
Justin’s hot security guard is not the only person who have gotten famous just because of his looks. From South Korean president Moon Jae In’s bodyguard to a Math teacher, here are the hottest guys who broke the internet.
Eighteen-year-old Boy Roeles was working as a security guard at Justin Bieber’s Netherlands concert when a fan-taken photo of him went viral on Twitter. Now, the whole internet is crushing on him.
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Remember Alex from Target? He gained overnight fame after someone tweeted a photo of him working as a cashier at Target. Suddenly, everyone was obsessed with him, and he even went on The Ellen Show!
Arshad Khan was just a regular tea seller, but a photo of his striking good looks and blue eyes made its way around on the Internet, and the rest is history. He is now a model.
Have you forgotten about this hot CISCO officer? Lee Min Wei became so famous that even Changi Airport used him as a promotional tool on their Facebook page.
The Internet went crazy when they spotted Moon Jae In’s security guard lurking behind him in photos – not because he was doing anything wrong, but simply because he was good-looking. Choi Young Jae soon made headlines not only in Korea, but all over the world.
Twenty one-year-old Jeyrick Sigmaton was just doing his job and loading carrots onto a truck when a woman took photos of him to share with the world how good-looking he was. He went on to model for a clothing brand.
This flight attendant went viral… just because he looks like Korean actor Song Joong Ki. Who are we kidding – that’s a big deal. He’s working with China Southern Airlines.
Does being a celebrity lookalike make it easier for you to score a job with an airline? Probably not, but coincidental or not, another flight attendant is the doppelganger of a Korean celeb. Thai-born Wongsathorn Varachartkul got the internet shook because of his resemblance to EXO’s Chanyeol. He’s reportedly also a model.
Chen Yitin made netizens crazy when photos of him working at a beancurd stall were circulated on the internet. He’s reportedly the godson of the stall owner, and is a professional model.
If you’ve been to a night market in Taiwan, you’ll probably know the visual feast of food you’ll be bombarded with. The internet was treated to some of that visual feast when someone uploaded a photo of a snack seller – topless. Yums.
Pietro Boselli went viral after his student discovered his modelling photos and shared them on Facebook. If you’re looking to go to his school to learn math, the bad news is, he’s quit teaching and is now a full-time model.
Remember Dr Mike? He became an instant internet sensation after people discovered his Instagram page. Many touted him to be real-life McDreamy (from Grey’s Anatomy).