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James Buckley From The Inbetweeners Will Send Abusive Video Messages To Your Mates

James Buckley From The Inbetweeners Will Send Abusive Video Messages To Your Mates

If it's your mate's birthday coming up and you're at a bit of a loose end gift-wise, you could always get James Buckley to call him a 'w*nker' for about 40 quid.

The Inbetweeners star will send a personalised video message to a person of your choosing for £41.50 ($50).

James Buckley is selling videos on Cameo. Credit: PA
James Buckley is selling videos on Cameo. Credit: PA

The 32-year-old actor is offering up the service on Cameo, along with loads of other celebs - though presumably he receives more abusive requests than most, given that he is best-known for playing foul-mouthed Jay.

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All you have to do is submit the details of your request, pay the fee, and you will receive a link within a week.

In a video on his profile, Buckley makes no bones about why he's on the platform.

He explains: "Now, I get asked a load of times to do video messages for people, and I could never be bothered to do it, until I found out that there was a way that I could do it for money.

"So if you want me to congratulate your brother's birthday or maybe hurl some abuse at a friend of yours who's getting married or something like that - I can do that all for you now, for a fee.

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"Again, here for the money."

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Buckley is in it for the bucks. Credit: Cameo/James Buckley
Buckley is in it for the bucks. Credit: Cameo/James Buckley

Can't really blame him, can you?

You can submit a request here.

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If you've got a little more cash to splash, Harry Potter star Tom Felton is also selling video messages. The Draco Malfoy actor charges £176.79 ($222.16) for his videos, which is pretty mad money for a minute's work.

By the sounds of it though, Harry's wizarding adversary offers good value for money with his shout-outs, as he has a 4.9 star rating.

One happy customer's review reads: "Thank you thank you THANK YOU!!! The Wizarding World is our daughter's escape from her struggles with Asperger's and social anxiety.

"You will never know what it means to us as parents to have someone like you take the time to do this for her. Truly, thank you from not just the bottom of my heart, but from my whole heart. I just may have to rethink my stance on Draco Malfoy. ;) Just kidding. You are SO AWESOME!!!"

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Other celebrities on Cameo include Sean Astin (aka Samwise Gamgee), Michael Rapaport (Friends and loads of other stuff) and Danny Trejo, among many, many others.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: TV and Film, Celebrity, UK Entertainment

Jake Massey

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