It seems like the world is filled to the brim with jerks who have perfect bodies and beautiful faces, but it's not so clear cut. While it's easy to blame good looking people for being mean, the truth is that your own biases are manipulating your perception.
In this video from the AsapSCIENCE YouTube channel, you'll learn why a good chunk of the attractive people you run into seem so mean. Basically, it all comes down to who you subconsciously deem as worthy of your attention. The world is filled with nice good looking people, mean good looking people, nice ugly people and mean ugly people, but you block some of those people out. We tend to naturally filter out people who don't have at least one redeemable quality.
Chances are, you only notice nice ugly people, nice good looking people, and mean good looking people because they each have at least one redeemable quality. "That person may be ugly, but they're really nice," or "That person is a jerk, but at least they look good." Mean ugly people, on the other hand, get lost in the ether because your subconscious decides there's nothing inherently redeemable about them (who's the jerk now?). When it's all said and done, the only mean people left to notice are the attractive ones. So it's not that more nice people are jerks, it's just that you notice them more often.
Are Good Looking People Jerks? [YouTube]