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Most Controversial Jobs Around The World

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Most Controversial Jobs Around The World
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There are people who tend to carry out certain jobs which may sound quite strange. The people carrying them out are moved by their own purposes whether it is to make the world a better place or to simply make money.

So here are the weirdest jobs around the world which would leave your jaw dropped.

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Painting grass green

Painting grass green

David Bartlett, a resident of California painted the grass of people's lawn green for only 25 cents per square foot. Painting the grass seems like a better and affordable option rather than replacing your whole lawn by native plants.

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Dean Escrow has baptized 70 baseball officials on record. For a closer walk with God on the journey of spirituality, Dean will lead you.

Human mermaid

Human mermaid
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Melissa Dawn is a professional mermaid who opened her very own company, "Mermaid Aquatic Entertainment." Along with a group of professional mermaids and mermen, Melissa travels the globe-showing up in places like Japan, Dubai, and England-and entertains at resorts, festivals, and charities. For enough clams, Melissa and friends will put on their fishy appendages, dive into one of their performance tanks, and dazzle audiences with their impressive underwater acrobatics.

Dead baby adoption

Dead baby adoption
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When Bernarda Gallardo found a dead baby in the dump, she knew how it must have ended up there, Some single mother-probably young and impoverished, possibly a rape victim-had given birth and didn't know what to do.

Then she decided to give that baby a funeral and for that, she had to adopt that baby and she went for it. Since then Bernarda has adopted 3 more babies and continues to do so.

Psychics of Silicon valley

Psychics of Silicon valley
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San Francisco has the most number of psychics on Earth and it is even a noted profession over there and so all psychics are required to register with the government.

Several CEOs are turning to mediums when they need guidance, mediums like Nicki Bonfilio, an "intuitive counselor" who's worked for companies like Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft.

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Rape admissions consultant

Rape admissions consultant
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Hanna Stotland, a Harvard graduate with years of legal experience has the most controversial job on the earth. She helps students who got kicked out of high school for sexual misconduct to get admissions in college and of course, she doesn't feel bad about making a few bucks out of it.

The hookworm man

The hookworm man
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Jasper Lawrence spent most of his life in the regions of Africa where he spent two weeks stomping in sewers in Cameroon to cure his allergies. Now he harvests his faeces for hookworm eggs, washes the creatures with an antibiotic solution, and then sells the parasites to anyone desperate enough to intentionally infect themselves.

Jeff the 420 chef

Jeff the 420 chef
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Jeff the 420 chef is well known for his recipes in the US as they specifically include the use of Marijuana. He masters the art of cooking those dishes for pretty much any occasion imaginable, from corporate events to weddings to shabbat suppers.

The Sperminator

The Sperminator
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This Dutchman is something of a sperm donor, but he doesn't deliver his seed in the most usual way. The man helps struggling couples and desperate singles conceive by actually sleeping with them. It is said that he's fathered 106 babies, including four sets of twins. Ed Houben is more than happy to meet any of his kids if they ever want to find their biological dad and more importantly he doesn't charge any money for his services as he believes that he is rich in children but not in money.

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