Man with over 150 kids says Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t slowed him down


Joe Donor said he hopes to sire 2500 kids all over the world

– The Australian man offers his seed up to any woman who desires to be a mum

– So far, Joe, who never discloses his real name, has over 150 kids

– During lockdown period, he sired six children and one of his baby mamas gave birth in 2020

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An Australian man only identified as Joe Donor has sired over 150 children in his lifetime and still aims at spreading his seed further.

Joe has met most of his kids and he loves spending time with them. Photo: 60 Minutes
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The sperm donor whose target is 2500 offspring said the Covid-19 pandemic did not slow him down and he made around six new children during lockdown.

The man who does not reveal his real name said he plans to impregnate 10 women within 2020, Daily Mail reports.

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One of his baby mamas delivered in the middle of the year.

The man who is in his 40s said most of his clients often come from Facebook recommendations.

Man who's sired over 150 kids all over the world says COVID-19 hasn't slowed him down

He has been busy making babies since March. Photo: 60 Minutes
Source: UGC

I have about 150 kids worldwide but there are currently five women pregnant with my children and one kid has already been born, he said.

Joe who offers both artificial insemination services and also gets intimate with potential mums took his super seed to Argentina where he got stuck for a better part of the lockdown period.

The 49-year-old told 60 Minutes he rarely takes payment for his gift and only prefers when his travelling expenses are covered by ladies hoping to carry his kids.

The famous super spreader also added that he would not mind if any of his kids tried to track him down in the future.

Whenever Joe spots his kids in photos, his heart melts and he is pleased by how identical most of them are to him.

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Man who's sired over 150 kids all over the world says COVID-19 hasn't slowed him down

The 49-year-old rarely charges for his services. Photo: 60 Minutes
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a boy from India was praised for putting his life on the line so he could save that of his grandmother.

The young chap rescued his grandma from a vicious bull which kept charging at her.

A video that has since made rounds on social media showed the nasty beast running the old lady to the ground and attempting to charge at her again.

While attempting to scare off the huge animal, the young boy was also overpowered and knocked down.

He tried his best and ran past it and quickly helped his grandma to her feet before the bull started running towards their direction.

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