In what could be a dream job for the majority of the population, a weight loss company is advertising for a professional "couch potato" in order to test its upcoming product.
The advertisement, published by Proactol Ltd, is willing to pay almost £24,000 for a person who has a big appetite and is willing to include 16 percent more calories in his diet. The company suggests that the increase in calories will be achieved by eating extra pizzas, Chinese takeaways or McDonalds.
AdvertisementHowever the diet should include Proactol, which has fat binding properties and is expected to absorb the fat intake by more than 30 percent. The company added that while the product has been clinically proven to be successful, they want to test it in the real world before launching it.