In China you can buy the Apple iPhone 6s with your sperm
For people desiring Apple’s new iPhone 6s but had no luck with the required finance, a sperm bank in China is willing to give you one for free on one condition: donate your sperm.
The sperm bank ran several online campaigns over the weekend urging users to donate their manly fluid for cash. “No need to sell a kidney … Shanghai sperm bank can make your iPhone 6S dream come true,” one of the ads read.
The selling of kidney part became popular after a Chinese teenager sold one of his kidneys on the black market for CNY 22,000 (roughly $3,500) to buy an Apple iPhone and iPad tablet in 2011.
Shanghai sperm bank said it’s calling on Apple enthusiasts to divulge from selling their body parts and instead offer their sperm in exchange for cash that can comfortably buy an Apple iPhone 6s. Donors will receive up to CNY 6,000 ($942) for their sperm donation but the retail pricing of an unlocked iPhone 6s starts at $650. The larger iPhone 6s Plus model goes for $700 for the barest storage configuration.
Looking at the mighty debate that metamorphosed from the campaigns during the weekend, it appears that many Chinese men are buying the idea. One Weibo user, Wojiushiwutong, commented: “Why sell your kidney when you can donate sperm? It’s a great deed that can bring happiness to a whole family.”
“Wow I hope it’s real, no need to give away a kidney for any Apple products now!” another wrote in response to the ads.
“I need the address to Hubei Sperm Bank now please” another user added.
However, not everybody has gotten along with the offer.
“I don’t like the idea of making money out of sperm donation to buy new iPhones. Sperm donation is a very serious cause for public good,” a Weibo user countered.
“This is going to make me really suspicious of anyone with an iPhone 6S” another user commented.
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