‘I will pay to clean your house’ – Eastern Cape man

2012-11-09 08:50

A Port Elizabeth man is offering to pay women R150 to clean their houses for them.

“It was always a fetish (of mine) to do housework or cleaning for a lady or group of ladies and be treated like a maid,” the 36-year-old, speaking on condition of anonymity, The Times newspaper reported today.

He states in an online advert that he has no police record and will work for women of all races in all areas, and would pay them between R100 and R150.

The man said he was a self-proclaimed “submissive” and left the transport industry to became a male nanny, or “manny”.

He currently had one “gig”, working for a “Madam Thandile” in New Brighton twice a week.

She did not want to comment.

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