A trucker from Australia is offering his services to be a father to those who need an extra hand with the kids. Jake Orr, a local New South Wales resident charges RM87 (16£) for an hour for his fatherly services.
Those services include school drop-offs and pickups, teaching children how to mow the lawn, attending sporting events, and to lend mothers a helping hand. He would also spend time with children who do not have a father.
Orr considers his new occupation as a potential career path. His services also received quite the attention from his customers especially among single mothers with small kids.
His marketing strategies are not too bad as well;
“Has your baby daddy been acting up? Tired of him playing games? Does he put drugs and his mates before his kids? Get yourself a rent-a-daddy” are just some of the more tickling captions that he uses for his Facebook posts.
Some of his more premium services include being present at birthday parties as the dad and also taking selfies with them, as reported by Harian Metro.
Having dinner with the rent-a-daddy is also available. However, the renter is expected to pay for the meal. In a naughty sidenote, Orr wrote as quoted by MSN saying “Private time is negotiable upon application. Kids are to be asleep or absent from the premises.”
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