She came unstuck on the show when nobody turned around to look at her as she was filmed walking around London's Southbank A 58-year-old grandmother who claims her good looks cause men to crash their car and start crying in front of their wives failed to live up to her own hype on This Morning yesterday. Stephanie Arnott performed a street test on the ITV daytime show in which she walked around outside the show's studios in London's Southbank. However, her beautiful presence didn't even cause anyone to turn their head to look at her, let alone crash a motor. After the footage was shown, host Phillip Schofield asked her: "What happened?" ITV A red-faced Stephanie admitted: "I don't know." The gorgeous granny, who has a 38-year-old daughter, appeared on This Morning to tell presenters Phillip and Amanda Holden all about her beauty and how it affects male concentration. Despite this, Stephanie claimed her looks caused a grown man to weep while he was standing next to his wife because he was looking at her. Rex VICTIMISED FOR BEING BEAUTIFUL - We meet Stephanie Arnott, the granny who says her good looks have reduced grown men to tears and nearly caused cars to crash. When asked what happens when guys cry just by looking at her, she explained: "I've experience it once before with a man standing by their wife. They went a bit soppy and had welled up eyes." And she recalled one incident when she nearly caused a car crash. She said: "The last time I nearly caused an accident was 12 years ago with a friend. People take a double take. It's quite overwhelming when you're walking to your car. Rex VICTIMISED FOR BEING BEAUTIFUL - We meet Stephanie Arnott, the granny who says her good looks have reduced grown men to tears and nearly caused cars to crash. "If you look sexy and wear nice clothes it puts men off their driving." Despite all the attention Stephanie claims to get, her husband of 11 years, Ian, apparently doesn't get jealous "at all" - and even doesn't mind when he gets called her "minder" or "chauffeur" She said: "He loves the attention that I get. He loves it. Rex VICTIMISED FOR BEING BEAUTIFUL - We meet Stephanie Arnott, the granny who says her good looks have reduced grown men to tears and nearly caused cars to crash. "They think he's my minder and my chauffeur. He thinks it's really funny. "People are very surprised I'm a grandmother and once when I picked up my granddaughter from school someone was mumbling something like, 'That can't possibly be your grandmother.' " Stephanie insists her looks are all natural, apart from her fake boobs, and believes she would've been a Vogue model if it wasn't her a sugar addiction. She said: "I should've been a Vogue model. I blew a modelling career. It was a serious sugar craving and I just couldn't get out of it. ITV "Obviously when I was younger I was better looking. I didn't realise that a lot of men were frightened of me then. "I got a lot of attention and it created a lot of jealousy "I still do have a lot of attention wherever I go. People look at me a lot on the street." ITV While Stephanie makes fairly bold claims about her looks, she insists she is not vain in the slightest. She said: "I'm a very sympathetic person. It's very important no to sound too obsessed or vain. "If I was vain then I would've had a cog thread lift, would've had my teeth done before, I'm getting them done now."