- An Australian man has raised eyebrows after offering a "rent-a-daddy" service
- Jake James took to Facebook to share his new job idea and has since gone viral
- Facebook users found his post absolutely hilarious and shared their feelings in the comments
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An Australian man is fed-up with absent baby daddy's and has taken to social media to offer his services as a "ren-a-daddy." Jake James, a trucker from New South Wales Central Coast, recently shared a post on Facebook with his pricing and contact details.
According to his post, rental includes one to two weekends per month, up to three activities of the kids' choice, daycare/school drop-off and pickups and much more for the low price of AUS $30 per hour. This equates to just over R360, given the current exchange rate.
Many Facebook users found the post to be absolutely hilarious and shared their thoughts in the comments section.
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The post quickly went viral and now has over 1 000 shares, around 1 500 reactions and increasing amount of comments. Briefly.co.za took a look at what some Facebookers had to say:
Sarah Stutz wrote:
"Level up and pay the new fella with the old fella's child support."
Melissa Cawley commented:
"Omg this is priceless. Worst thing is it’s not a terrible idea."
Tailah Kassidy said:
"Imagine renting a baby daddy then accidentally falling in love,HAHAHA oops."
Maddison Robertson added:
"Wonder how much just to put we are in a relationship, just to stir the pot."
Shaye Millett shared:
"Impressed with this. Make your money fake baby daddy."
In other peculiar viral news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a sheep that sold for R7.9 million at auction. A sheep in Scotland has finally been sold at a staggering R7 969 617.33 after a highly competitive auction that kept on rising from R229 892.81. The sheep called Double Diamond was sold on Thursday, August 27, at the Scottish National Texel Sale in Lanark.
According to The Independent, bidders engaged in a fierce competition for the better part of Thursday with each trying to secure ownership of the coveted sheep.
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