Sometimes there’s nothing better than having the house to yourself, giving you the perfect chance to…Dance around naked if you’re me.
However, while this is an opportunity to be relished, I’m not sure how I would feel about being naked in someone else’s home.
But if you wouldn’t mind this, a company has just the job for you – paying naked cleaners up to £45 an hour.
Naturist Cleaners are looking to take on new employees who’ll clean houses in the nude across the UK.
The advert states no experience is necessary and they’re looking for cleaners of all shapes and sizes.
And if you don’t fancy getting your kit off, you can explain you’d like to be a fully clothed cleaner, which pays up to £25 an hour.
To apply, all you have to do is fill out an online form and send high-quality nude photos of yourself – without showing your face – to the company.
The advert reads:
Naturist Cleaners are always looking for new part-time people to work for us as naturist cleaners. A principal role is to do general cleaning in nudist private houses wearing no clothes.
We are looking for flexible, responsible cleaners no matter your age or figure. To register you for a job please complete the registration form below.
We will contact you once we have the need for new cleaners in your area. Due to a big number of applications please allow at least two weeks until you hear from our team.
Naturist Cleaners emphasise they are a ‘professional cleaning service provider with naturist beliefs’, describing their staff as skilled, trained and experienced.
Claiming to be ‘one of the UK’s leading naturist cleaning service providers’, Naturist Cleaners adds ‘we make extra efforts so that we live up to our good name’, ensuring their staff leave homes sparkling.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.