Three young men have been inundated with female admirers after promoting their removalist business on social media.
Jose Bezanilla shared the advertisement to a local Facebook group on Tuesday to spruik his company, The Removal Brothers, based in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
The post garnered hundreds of reactions and comments, largely from women who were more interested in the workers rather than the business.
‘If anyone is moving soon I’m here to remind you of our removalist service. We have been lucky enough to service for more than two years now,’ the post read.
‘We’ve done huge six bedrooms houses in Dover Heights and small studios in Bondi too. So big or small, we can do it.’
The post was accompanied by photos of the burly removalists – and amorous women flocked to the comments section in droves.
‘Yum! Now I need to think what I need to move!’ one woman wrote.
Another tagged her housemate and joked: ‘Wanna move stuff back and forward between our places for bit?’
Someone else tagged a friend and said: ‘We need anything removed?’
Another friend offered to help, but the woman replied: ‘Yeah but you don’t look like that.’
Mr Bezanilla, 28, told Daily Mail Australia his colleagues are used to the compliments.
‘We have posted before similar posts in Facebook groups and people have responded in the same way,’ he said.
‘Good looking boys but great removalists too.’
While some of his colleagues have been on dates with admirers, Mr Bezanilla had a proposition from a male client who wanted to ‘show him lots of attention’.
He appreciate the compliment, but had to break the news that he was taken.
‘I tell anyone interested that I’m the lucky man cause my girlfriend is even better looking than me,’ he laughed.
Mr Bezanilla and his business partner Esteban met while studying business administration at university and decided to start the company.
Along with helping families move house, the pair also commit to charity work.
Removal Brothers have helped victims of domestic violence move into new homes, free of charge.
They have also moved furniture from offices of businesses affected by COVID-19, and helped victims of bushfires on the NSW south coast leave their damaged homes.