43-YEAR-OLD man Tom Logan chose to go and see the musical version of The Bodyguard, it has emerged.
Logan was seen emerging alone from a performance of the long-running stage show amid large groups of middle-aged women getting back onto coaches.
He said: “It’s just a great story, I don’t see what the problem is.
“There is nothing inherently unmanly about going to see a show where the main character is an idealised version of a strong, paternal-but-sexy protector.
“Essentially it is a thriller, just like The Bourne Identity but with more Whitney Houston songs.
“Tristan Gemmill, who plays security expert Frank Farmer, does a great job of filling Kevin Costner’s shoes. And Alexandra Burke is a perfect diva, what’s not to like?
“Men who think they wouldn’t like The Bodyguard musical are just insecure.”
Fellow audience member Emma Bradford said: “Looking out across the auditorium full of excited ladies, I noticed that one of them had male pattern baldness.
“It slowly dawned on me that it was, in fact, a man.
“I was going to tell security, but I get a bit shy around strong men with earpieces.”