By Jeanne Moos
(CNN) - Leave it to cleavage, it never fails to attract eyeballs.
But it makes you wonder when the wandering eye seems to be directed toward a royal bosom.
Did the husband of Finland's president get caught sneaking a peak at a gala? Sure, it happens to teenage boys with raging hormones, one minute you're zoning out while zooming in during math class. The next minute you're nabbed!
But this was the husband of Finland's president seemingly ogling Princess Mary of Denmark. The giveaway may be the guilty look up to the ceiling, as she covers her bosom. Though maybe he was just inspecting her jewels.
At least the princess didn't tell him to "focus" as singer Nicole Scherzinger did to Conan. Poor guys, betrayed by even a subtle lowering of their eyelids.
Pictures can make guys look like boobs even when they're innocent. Remember President Obama's "tail to the chief" moment?
There was the president at a summit, giving a young woman a once-over. But when Good Morning American showed video of the same instant, it seems to be a different story.
You can't blame guys for lowering their gaze when this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model challenges them in a web ad to stare into her eyes for 45 seconds and resist the magnetic pull of cleavage.