A lovestruck Spanish man smitten with a "curly haired goddess" on a South Yorkshire bus has launched the region's second appeal for public transport romance in less than a week.
The romeo has launched a newspaper appeal to track down the woman he says he has fallen in love with on the 83A service between Ecclesfield and Fulwood in Sheffield.
Describing her as "hot," the romantic took to the pages of this morning's Metro in a bid to track down the woman. It comes just days after a "hot Italian looking guy" and a "beautiful curly haired brunette" met up after a similar appeal.
Writing in the newspaper's Rush Hour Crush section, the man, calling himself Blushing Spaniard, wrote: "Curly haired Spanish looking goddess on the 8.10am No. 83A in Sheffield.
"You look hot in those Dr Martens and your socks and smile make my day. Want to share a drink and a gig?"
The column allows "commuter cupids" to make contact with each other discreetly.
Last week, we revealed how romance could be set to blossom after a "Hot Italian looking guy" spotted by a mystery admirer on a Sheffield bus responded by saying he would love to take the woman on a date through the same column.
The lovestruck Sheffield woman launched her appeal to track down the man after sitting next to him on a rush hour bus.
The curly-haired brunette spotted the hunk on the number 95 Walkley bus and launched a plea to hunt him down - and a few days later, the man responded by saying he was keen to take the "beautiful" girl on a date.
Writing in Friday's edition he penned: "Beautiful curly haired brunette on the 7.05am No. 95 bus in Sheffield. I can't help but smile when I see you.
"I'd love to take you out for a drink."
The woman launched her plea earlier tlast week, describing herself as the "Curly-Haired Brunette Who Was Sitting Next To You," and penning: "Hot Italian-looking guy on the 7.05am No. 95 bus in Sheffield.
"I saw you smiling. Can I tempt you to an after-work drink on Friday?"
It is not known whether the pair have managed to make contact yet.
Some readers thought the gesture was romantic and sweet - while others branded her a stalker and homewrecker.