Long fingers = speeding

A German study has discovered that men with long fingers are more likely to commit traffic offences

The research involved scanning the left hand of 77 male volunteers who then gave details of driving offences they committed over the last 5 years. It was found that a third of the respondents had offences and a longer than normal ring finger. It has been suggested that exposure to testosterone in the womb causes these behavioural effects.

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