Guy Gets Paid For Sending Photos Of His Dirty Football Socks On Twitter
There's absolutely nothing wrong with a side hustle - and if said side hustle happens to involve two consenting adults exchanging photos of used socks for money, then so be it, I say.
One lad, who plays for Colney Heath FC, accidentally became an internet foot model when one person picked up on the fact that he plays football, and really just wanted a photo of his sweaty footy socks.
Spotting the opportunity to turn his dirty washing in to cash-money, Jack Woods, 24, decided that if the price was right, he could help an unknown internet sock lover with their desires.
Speaking to LADbible, builder Jack explained: "I don't know how, but some fella found me on Twitter and started asking for feet pictures.
"At first, I thought he was winding me up so I just went along with it with all the football boys."
But what started out as a bit of post-footy bants turned into a clear money maker, when the Twitter account, which has no identifiable profile pics or names, started offering up actual real life money.
Jack continued: "Then, the next thing he said he would pay for a picture so thought 'okay, let's see'. I sent him my details and he put the money I asked for straight into my bank - £25 at first."
Both parties were happy with the transaction and that seemed to be that. But then, Jack's foot fan got back in touch.
"A few weeks after he asked for a video of me taking my shoes and socks off for £50. I didn't believe him, but I sent him the video and then 10 minutes later, the money was in my bank."
He's only at the start of his new sock photo venture, but he's open to the prospect, because of course - it's fairly easy money, isn't it?
He said: "I've made £75 in total so far, but he's not asked for more since. I've never been approached like this before about anything like that... I'd do it again - I find it funny and it's easy money!
"Some people have said it's a bit weird - especially girls, but when I tell the boys from football, obviously it's just a laugh for us."
If both seller and buyer are happy with the deal, it seems like everyone's a winner in this situation.
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