Australian journalist Julian Morgans recently visited Mongolia. He wrote an interesting article at Vice.com about the single “hottest man” he’s ever seen in real life showed up on a horse.
Eagle hunting is the hottest sport in Mongolia, and 26-year-old Jinsbek is Mongolia’s hottest eagle hunter. The practice is called “eagle hunting,” even though it’s technically more like “fox and rabbit hunting using eagles,” and each hunter cares for their eagle like a pet before releasing it back into the wild after five years.
The guy’s name was Jinsbek, which is the Kazakh for “strong victory,” explained the guide, beaming heavily. Jinsbek isn’t that hot” but maybe you’re overlooking the fact that he’d cantered in on a horse clutching an eagle, and the fact that he spends the year as a nomadic shepherd tending to his herd of goats on the steppes of western Mongolia.