There's nothing like some good cheese to round off a meal. Though on a first date it's probably best to avoid it altogether.

Though try telling that to one of the hopefuls on the final episode of First Dates Ireland later tonight, Aaron Murphy, who pulls one of the cheesiest moves in order to impress his date.

After placing their orders, the Dublin man asks for a straw to be delivered. Why?

Well Aaron plans to pull the (admittedly self-confessed) "cheesiest move ever" involving a straw, basic junior cert science, static and whole lot of mortification in order to demonstrate the law of attraction. Or something.

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According to him "if one person creates static by rubbing a straw and so does the other" then its possible to prove who the most attractive girl in the room is. Simples.

Cue some vigorous rubbing of the plastic tube while his date scans the room for the exits. The straw is then placed in front of her and - if the science works - it should scuttle over to the fairest one of them all with gentle blow. 

Mind blown, his date Ailbhe Longmore  gamely applauds the effort. "Nailed it", she says convincingly.

More of the same on the final First Dates Ireland tonight on RTÉ 2 at 9.30pm.