A man has offered to legally change his name for a ticket to this year’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).
The unnamed man posted on Craigslist that he is willing to legally change his name to have a chance to attend Apple’s WWDC which will take place in San Francisco, California this coming June 11 to 15.
In the post titled “I will legally change my name to yours for a WWDC ticket – $1600 (San Francisco)” the man said: “WWDC tickets are non transferable this year, so naturally I’m willin to legally change my name to yours in order to buy your ticket.”
Furthermore, he’s offering some “deal sweeteners” he is willing to perform for any taker for a full year.
He said he will gladly fulfill jury duty, work for DMV, license and registration, perform up to 40 hours of court ordered community service and even visit the taker’s senile grandparent once a month.
As an added bonus, the poster said that he’ll give an extra $500 if the taker’s name is Jebodiah.
Apple announced its WWDC 2012 schedule last Wednesday and once ticket sales were opened, it was sold out within a couple of hours.
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