One upset viewer also said: 'Apparently that black guy is pouting because he has full lips and his nostrils are flared??
A woman taking part in a TV experiment examining racism in dating has sparked outrage from viewers after claiming she was not attracted to a black man because his 'nose was flaring' and it made him look 'angry'. The Dating Game, presenter and sociologist Emma Dabiri set out to explore just how much race played a part when it comes to choosing a love match.
But one red-headed white female participant sparked a flurry of angry tweets when she explained she was not attracted to a black man because of his nose.'His nose looks like it’s flaring too much,' before she added, 'You know when people are angry?
The rule of thumb is that the person should be at least as famous or well known as Sandro Botticelli, hence the name of the game.
Fictional characters are acceptable, but can present certain difficulties.
The game takes its name from the famous person having to be at least as famous as Sandro Botticelli, who is also the answer to the archetypal question, "Did you paint a picture of Venus rising? One player (the chooser) is selected to think of a famous person (the identity).