A 19 year old Chinese girl whose name has been given as Cao Mengyuan has taken to the internet to advertise herself to potential customer in order to get money she intends using to treat her mother’s cancer.
Cao posted the advertisement titled ‘(I am) selling myself’ on WeChat, where she disclosed in a post that the treatment would cost around 350,000 Yuan (£41,000), but whoever offered the highest price would win the right to ‘use her body at will’.
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A desperate 19-year-old in China has posted an advertisement to sell herself in order to raise money for her ill mother’s medical treatment.
In a post on Chinese social media, Cao Mengyuan said the treatment would cost around 350,000 Yuan (£41,000), but whoever offered the highest price would win the right to ‘use her body at will’.
An insider today told MailOnline that a ‘generous boss’ had responded to the advertisement and agreed to help Cao cover her mother’s medical bills.
However, the insider declined to reveal what the man intended to do with Cao.
Cao posted the advertisement titled ‘(I am) selling myself’ on WeChat, a Chinese social media platform, reported QQ.com
Cao claimed in the post that she was born and raised at a rural household in Gaozhou city of southern China.
She said her mother was 45 years old and had been a farmer all her life.
She also said her mother had been diagnosed with skin cancer recently and had been admitted into the Gaozhou People’s Hospital for almost a week.
She added that her mother’s health was deteriorating and serious infection had started developing on her right thigh.
Cao said that to treat her mother’s illness, they would need about 350,000 Yuan (£41,604), however her mother did not have medical insurance and her family would not be able to afford the cost.
Cao wrote in the post: ‘I wish that a kind-hearted person could buy me, so my mother can undergo the operation.’
The message went on: ‘After the transaction, I am willing to work at the will of the buyer in return. I will do whatever the buyer asked me to do. I never go back on my word.’
At the end of the post, Cao wrote: ‘Everything I said is true. I will sell myself to the highest bidder.
Then the young woman left her contact number.
Cao also said that she was the eldest of five children in her family and that she was responsible for her family’s misfortune.”