If there's one good thing to have come from the all-out shit show that was Fyre Festival, it's event planner Andy King - who became an unexpected hero and this year's greatest meme after new Netflix documentary FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened was released.
King is famous for being willing to literally suck a dick' to fix an issue with the festival's supply of water.
Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland had reached out to King to save the day, asking him to perform oral sex on the Head of Customs after they asked for $175,000 (£130,000) to release four 18-wheeler trucks filled with Evian water.
"I literally drove home, took a shower, I drank some mouthwash," King explains in the documentary, completely deadpan.
"I got into my car, to drive across the island to take one for the team. And I got to [the customs officer's] office, fully prepared to suck his dick."
Fortunately, King did not have to. The customs officer, it turned out, 'couldn't have been nicer'.
King is famous for being willing to go above and beyond to fix a major issue at Fyre Festival. Credit: Netflix
After the doc hit Netflix, King has apparently been pretty shocked by the 'immediate deluge of attention' he received - and not just from everyone sharing the memes on social media.
"I had three TV show offers this week, from notable networks," he told Vanity Fair.
Divulging a little more about his vision for a potential series, he added: "You're too young to remember this, but in the old world of TV it was The Carol Burnett Show and these fun, light-hearted shows that weren't all crime-related.
"You see the attractiveness of HGTV today. People love Flip or Flop or Fixer Upper. Let's just say it's going to be a show about hosting crazy events - what it takes to make them happen. There will be cliff-hangers, and you'll get to follow me around and see how I pull them off."
Oh, and he's also been approached by water companies to start in some ads, naturally - because who wouldn't want to align their brand with a guy that was so committed to getting the people their water, that he'd have... Well, you know.
While he stressed he won't be 'launching a handbag line or makeup', King did say he's grateful for the viral fame he's found from the doc, adding: "I think I'm being given a platform that a lot of people, at age 58 especially, don't get the opportunity to have. And I'm kind of excited about it."
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