While the practice of shaving one's private bits has been around for ages, the 19th century British took it to another level. It was common at this time to cut off some of your pubic hair and give it to a lover as a gift. Men would even affix this hair to their hats. When not displaying it in such ways, keeping a collection of it from one's various lovers was a thing. For instance, King George IV kept his collection of women's pubes from his various mistresses in a snuff box. St. Andrews University in Scotland currently possess this snuffbox filled with pubic hair.
In a series of tweets from Paris, Luke said: 'Only woke up in the toilets of Charles de Gaulle airport an hour ago and half of Oldham know haha.'
He added: 'I got in a taxi to Manchester airport and booked a flight on my phone! Don't remember the flight. It's f***ing expensive here though. Mum thinks I'm a pillock. Walked past the Eiffel Tower 3 times! Not a clue where I am!'