Have sum of that! ‘World’s hunkiest maths teacher gives lessons in love

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He's known for his abs just as much as his 'adds' – and now the man dubbed the 'world's hottest maths teacher' is teaching people about the formula for love.

Italian stallion Pietro Boselli, who boasts brains and well as brawn, is giving online lessons on love to legions of followers on his official Instagram page.

Hunky Pietro, from Verona, shot to fame back while working as a lecturer at University College London in 2016.

His swooning engineering students sent him viral when they started taking secret photos of him during classes and sharing them on social media.

Quickly moving from the lecture hall to the catwalk thanks to his good looks, the 33-year-old is now back in the classroom – kind of.

But this time his 'lectures' are on his Instagram page which boasts a brain-boggling 2.7 million followers.

The former face of Armani has uploaded a series dubbed 'In Depth', answering some of the interesting questions that he's asked – and he certainly isn't shying away from the big questions.

The prof has already covered topics such as ‘most research findings are wrong’, ‘the scientific method is not what you think’, and ‘how to not care what others think’.

But it is his lesson on love that got fans hot under the collar.

Uploaded to IGTV, the half hour-long video entitled ‘What is love (the chemistry of love)’ talks about the burning subject from a purely scientific and logical stance – as befits the mechanical engineering PhD.

Perhaps aware that many fans would be unhappy for him to speak of the tender topic using cold hard facts, he points out that he still has time for love songs and poetry but that "we pursue knowledge undeterred and always come out better off".

He goes on to explain that love is not a feeling but a primary motivational system – although we can't see that sounding as catchy in a Barry White tune.

Further to that, Pietro says that a cocktail of chemicals results in the emergence of love, saying the phenomenon is just like a recipe for chocolate cake.

The muscly mathematician then goes deeper into the metaphor, likening lust, attraction and attachment to sponge, filling and icing.

However, he goes on to say: "I present these in order but it's not law. The things may well overlap or happen independently.

"Attraction and lust are separate but they go into the overall making of love – I'm just describing the most classic cake recipe here." Tasty stuff.

You can watch the full lecture on love here.

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