‘No closed door policy’: Pervy man posts bizarre ad for roommate who is ‘comfortable shared bed’

DETROIT, MICHIGAN: The roommate’s gender and willingness to “cook and clean” are two incredibly bizarre requirements listed in an ad for a room to rent. The ad for the Detroit apartment received more than 85,000 likes on Twitter. The post’s caption reads, “You have to be sexually harassed AND pay her $400 a month? Worst deal ever.”

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The ad posted by the user reads: “Single male (44) looking for a roommate, must be female aged 18-25 and single, must be willing to cook and clean, 1 bedroom apartment, you can use the sofa until you are comfortable enough to share the room.” The ad continued: “No pets, no alcohol, no drugs and no male friends allowed, my house has a ‘no closed doors’ policy (this is for safety), $400 per months, call Owen.”

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As soon as the ad went viral, many users commented on the weird requests. Online commentators were shocked by the man known as Owen and his blatant arrogance in believing he could demand specific terms, and one person chose to focus on the reasonable cost of booking room. The user commented, “Help me. I’m not from around here. Is $400 a month too much for a 44 year old man? Your beer must be $1 a pint. In my neighborhood you have a broom closet for $400 a month. live the dream.”

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One user wrote: “Where is this guy from lol. Queen bee hentai?” Another user asked, “would a woman take this offer if Owen paid them $400 a month?” “You pay $400 to be a housekeeper? Yeah no,” one user wrote.

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Calling the ad fake, one user wrote: “Looks fake. Lighting and shadows indicate it’s outdoors. Yet the paper is pristine. No dirt or dust on it, no streaks water, no sun on the paper or the tape… It’s as if the paper was placed there moments before the picture was taken.”

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Another user said that few really needy women can approach, “It’s sad that the rent is so high in many places that some women may be desperate enough to do so.” One user called it fake, “It’s either A) completely fake and set up by the person in the pic B) friends pranking the guy and posting them around town to see what reaction he gets Not even in a messed up dump like America could that be real.

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