Bruce Willis has claimed women should rule ''every country in the world'' because they are more intelligent than men - and he admitted he feels ''safer'' with female company.
Bruce Willis says women should rule the world.
The 'Red 2' star has four daughters - Mabel Ray, 15 month, with wife Emma Heming and Rumer, 24, Scout, 22, and 19-year-old Tallulah, with former spouse Demi Moore - but insisted a female-dominated household isn't a problem because he holds them in such high regard.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday newspaper's You magazine, he said: ''I worship women, and I have always felt safer when I am around them.
''Women are much smarter than men - I conceded that a long time ago.
''Women should be in charge of everything - they should be the presidents of every country in the world. Guys can't compete, they just kind of run through life messing things up.''
And it seems the 58-year-old actor may even turn to his wife for help with work around the house after he admitted he gets angry at ''domestic'' things.
He explained: ''Domestic stuff gets me wound up - who moved these light bulbs? That sort of thing.''
Bruce has spoken of the importance of family in the past and insisted he would be ''unbearable'' if he didn't take them on location with him.
He previously said: ''I'm fortunate that I get to bring my family with me when I travel. It would be impossibly unbearable for anyone I'm working with if I didn't have my family with me.
''I'd just be moaning about that. I have a little baby and I like to hang out with her every day.''
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