Male cricket fans post ad for 'beer serving wenches' during Oz-Windies WACA match!

Last Updated: Sat, Feb 02, 2013 09:20 hrs

A group of 20 Australian male cricket fans have posted an advertisement, offering two positions for women to serve them beer and food, during the upcoming match between Australia and West Indies at the WACA Ground in Perth.

In order to avoid the long lines for food and drinks during the match, the 20 men are offering 200 dollars for the post, along with a classic 'beer wench' costume for the appointed women, who are required to supply photos with their applications, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

According to the ad, applying candidates needed to within the 18-35 age group, with an easy-going personality. They are required to line up in the queue for food and drinks and purchase them for the men during the duration of the match.

The ad also said that the men will buy the entry fees, plus food and drinks, for the selected women, and that the costume will be supplied as per the photo.

Dismissing the idea of the ad being sleazy, Trent, one of the men, said that he had already received 18 responses, of which two have been selected.

The Australia vs. West Indies game falls under the Commonwealth Bank Series' "Summers Biggest Dress Up Party" promotion, which offers cash prizes for the best costumes. (ANI)

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