Chinese Sperm Banks Offering Donors Enough Cash to Buy an iPhone 6s

 

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According to a report by The Telegraph, Renji Hospital in Shanghai is among one of the few hospitals in China, who are offering enough money to buy the new iPhone if men donate their sperm. The hospital wrote in an online posting that users don’t need to sell a kidney to afford the new iPhone 6s, as there have been cases reported in the past where people have actually sold their kidneys to buy an iPhone.

“No need to sell your kidneys – you can easily have a 6s”

The posting notes that if a man passes a health test and then regularly donates his sperm, he can earn 6,000 yuan (CDN $1250) which is enough to buy the new iPhone 6s or the 6s Plus.

What’s even more interesting is that some people on Chinese social media website Weibo are actually quite excited by the news.

One person wrote on Weibo: “I don’t know whether to take this seriously or not!”Another wrote: “This is great!”.

Well, what do you guys think about this?

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  • Crosseyedmofo

    isnt this the country that strictly enforces a 1 child per household rule?

  • gerry

    I’ll trade you my left arm for a 6S Plus ????

  • ????Dennis

    I was thinking the exact thing!

  • Mac

    “The posting notes that if a man passes a health test and then regularly donates his sperm, he can earn 6,000 yuan (CDN $1250) which is enough to buy the new iPhone 6s or the 6s Plus.”

    How regularly?

  • lol

    I read somewhere it’s 40ml.

  • Eric

    Tempting offer but then I’ll have children? Hahha

  • Tim

    guess I’ll be going to China to beat off

  • youreallyhavenoclue

    So I just send them some seed in an envelope like I did…cough…like someone did to John Oliver, then they send me a new iPhone?

  • iChildren

  • definingsound

    That legislation was ended long ago

  • definingsound

    For men that were born in even years, each Mon Wed and Fri. For men born in odd years, each Tue Thu and once on the weekend. It’s synced with the driving restriction laws. Basically you have to make it part of your commute.