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Man offers $30 free McDonald’s someone help him move his dead pet because he’s a ‘wimp’ 

Man posts sign offering $30 and a free McDonald’s meal for someone to help him move his dead pet because he’s a ‘wimp’

  • A man has made a desperate call out in his local community on noticeboard
  • He offered $30 cash and a McDonalds meal to remove a pet’s dead body
  • He provided a mobile number, asking people to call if they were up for the task

A man has made a desperate call out in his local community, offering to trade $30 and a free McDonald’s meal for somebody to remove his dead pet.

In a picture posted to Reddit, locals spotted the sign stuck to metal poles around Darlinghurst, near Sydney’s CBD.

‘Want $30?’ the sign’s catchy slogan reads. ‘Help me hide a body.’ 

A man has made a desperate call out in his local community, offering to trade $30 and a free McDonald’s meal for somebody to remove his dead pet

‘A pet of mine has passed away in his sleep. Rigamortis has set in.’ 

‘I’m a wimp and will faint,’ it reads.

The sign then goes on to offer a proposal in exchange for the removal of the dead body.

‘I’ll happily pay for your dinner at Maccas.’

‘Small body, no blood.’

‘Please send help,’ it finishes.

The author called himself a 'wimp' and said he'd faint if he had to remove the body himself (stock image)

The author called himself a ‘wimp’ and said he’d faint if he had to remove the body himself (stock image)

The sign has a mobile number attached, which has since been switched off, as well as a signature from the owner, Sam.

The originally typed mobile number was crossed out, and a new one messily scrawled at the bottom of the paper. 

Users were quick to comment on the abnormality of the post, with one user writing: ‘Well he got his phone number wrong too so I wouldn’t expect them to have great spelling.’

‘$30 will buy a fair amount of Maccas,’ another wrote. 

‘What exactly do we do with dead pets? I think I’d need help when my pet dies too…’    

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