The Bachelorette's Joe Park Reveals His Biggest Turn-Off

If there's one good thing that came out of 2020, it's The Bachelorette's Joe Park. The New York-based anesthesiologist appeared on Clare Crawley Tayshia Adams' season of the hit ABC dating show, and quickly won over America's heart with his kindness and maturity. Unfortunately, he was eliminated after only a few weeks, but he remains a fan favorite among Bachelor Nation. So much so, in fact, that many would love Joe to be the next Bachelor (he revealed whether or not he'd be interested in the role) while the rest want to see him on Bachelor in Paradise.

According to his bio, Joe's ideal woman is "physically fit and passionate about maintaining a healthy lifestyle" and she also has a "nice smile and a pretty face." However, he's also looking for someone who is "kind, laid-back, self-aware, and intelligent." As for what Joe doesn't want, he made it very clear what his biggest turn-off is. Keep scrolling to find out Joe's relationship deal breaker.

Littering is a big no-no when it comes to stealing Joe Park's heart

In November 2020, Joe Park told Entertainment Weekly that being with someone who is environmentally conscious is very important to him, revealing that he wouldn't be able to date someone who litters. The Bachelorette star said he's had discussions with his friends about this, too, explaining, "The thought experiment that I always pose to my friends is like, 'Okay, you went on like four great dates with someone. You guys are vibing, your values are the same. You like the same music, everything's great. But then you guys go get some take-out, and as she's walking, she just takes a ball of trash and throws it over her shoulder and keeps walking. Is that reconcilable to you, for someone you want to like pursue a relationship with?'"

Joe continued, "It gives people pause. And for me, I'm not sure if I could [stay in the relationship]. Like, what does that say about you? All of it, environmentalism, being thoughtful — there's more to it than just littering." Noted, Dr. Joe Park, definitely noted.