The outrageous show which stormed into the finals of Britain’s Got Talent had lined up a wolf boy from Mexico but have come across new government legislation that stipulates that all jobs must be advertised in the UK on websites, and through other mediums including Job Centre Plus.
The show’s creator Dr Haze commented, “It’s a strange state of affairs, we are pretty sure there are not any wolf boys or girls in the UK but we still have to advertise the job over here, the thing is the applicant must be a genuine wolf person.”
The advert has had to state all applicants must be genuine, people with beards or wearing masks will not be accepted, although a woman with a beard may be considered under different job opportunities.
All applicants must also have circus skills to a high standard.
They must also have a minimum of 60,000 hairs growing on their face and linking up with the hairline, hair on the head is not included in this specification.
The job will run from 10 January to 23 March where the Circus of Horrors, which is now in its 18th year of existence, will perform in 57 different venues from Jersey to Aberdeen.
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