& # 39; Hands-on tradition & # 39; sends the internet in a frenzy after he has placed an advertisement on Facebook looking for work
- A tradition has received a lot of attention from women after posting on Facebook
- The Auckland man wrote that he was not afraid of working & # 39; dirty or hard & # 39;
- Many of the women asked if he was single and confessed that he stalked him online & # 39;
A & # 39; hot & # 39; tradie has sent the internet to frenzy after placing an ad on Facebook.
The Auckland man posted a Facebook page about selling and trading on Tuesday and offered his services as a & # 39; hands on & # 39; tradition.
His post received a swarm of attention from women who were more interested in knowing if he was single than hiring him for a job.
The tradition (photo) posted in the Facebook group that offers its services, but was bombarded instead with comments from women who asked if he was single
& # 39; Not afraid to work dirty or hard. 6 & # 39; 3 & # 39 ;, 117kg, love being physically active. Very practical, & # 39; placed the tradition together with a selfie to the group, Newshub reported.
The post was bombarded with responses from women, many admitted that they have since stalked his Facebook page & # 39; & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Is this the single group, because Sam is hot, & # 39; noted an interested woman.
& # 39; He knew what he was doing when he mentioned 6 & # 39; 3 & # 39 ;, another wrote.
& # 39; He gets some jobs, & # 39; a woman said.
The trader was not impressed by the feedback that his message received and replied that he was happily married.
& # 39; Sorry, I have a wife and would not give her up for the world, & # 39; he replied.
Several women said they were the & # 39; hot & # 39; tradition on Facebook had & # 39; stalked & # 39; since the post (file image)
A German backpacker had a similar experience after posting in a Facebook group earlier this month looking for a female & # 39; travel buddy & # 39 ;.
Lisa Glas, 18, uploaded the post with a series of photos that caught the attention of men who wanted to join her.
& # 39; Send me, & # 39; wrote a man.
& # 39; Glad to see you in Brisbane, & # 39; another said.
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