One of the world's most prolific sperm donors was thrilled to learn that three British women are now expecting his children.
The 50-year-old bloke, who goes by the name Joe Donor, arrived in Essex in September.
Joe, from Vermont in the United States, claims he’s “over the moon” to discover that the three women would give birth to his babies in 2021.
He claimed it was the “best Christmas present of all” despite already having fathered 150 children.
Joe, who donates anonymously, said: "Helping women create the gift of life is the best present of all.
"I'm always ready to climb down that chimney and give women the dream baby they've always wanted."
Joe added: "Since arriving in the UK in September I have met up with about 15 women.
"Most of them don't want to have sex as they say it causes too many issues in their relationship or they're lesbians but it's more effective when it's natural.
"I'd say about three of those women I have met I've had sex with and two of those are pregnant.”
However, he did add that many women do not report back to Joe to let him know they are expecting.
Joe has travelled across the country to meet women from Wales, Hull, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Kent.
And, the coronavirus crisis hasn’t slowed him down – he estimates that he impregnates 10 women every year.
Joe explained: "I feel like I'm the luckiest man in the world to be able to help women in their time of need.
"I'll never know the exact number but it's definitely in the double figures every year."
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He added: "I will use a mask when having sex to help stop the spread of corona virus but you cannot keep socially distanced.
"I love seeing photos of the babies when they're born as a lot of them do look like me.
"I don't financially gain from providing my sperm to women, I just enjoy helping people.”
The bloke runs a several online businesses and so is “always available” to provide sperm when women are ovulating.
He has travelled across America, Argentina, Italy, Singapore, the Philippines and now the UK donating sperm.
Joe added: "I have always said I wouldn't father more than 2500 but that would technically be impossible unless I lives until the age of 250.
"I aim to donate my sperm for as long as it works which could be until I'm in my 90's."
The bloke has regular health checks to ensure he is as safe as possible.
He said: "I have a health check at least annually but if a woman requests more frequent testing, I will have another check on demand.
"I believe that private sperm is safer than IVF at a clinic, because egg collection for IVF is a surgical procedure with severe side effects, such as ovulation hyper-stimulation syndrome.
"Women I help all have checks during pregnancy so they'd soon find out if they'd contracted a sexually transmitted disease, which has never happened."
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