This doughnut shop is looking for a diaper-wearing, dancing cupid to make Valentine’s Day deliveries

Hurts Donut/Facebook

It may not be the standard job description, but with Valentine’s Day approaching (you’re welcome for the reminder), Hurts Donuts in Tempe, Arizona, is in need of some assistance with their February deliveries.

They’re looking for not one, but two “diaper wearing, rose petal throwing, dancing love (babies)” to help them deliver Valentine’s Day doughnuts to offices and homes around the Valley, sure enough to embarrass just about anyone and everyone in the immediate area.

“WARNING: A LOT of people should be VERY scared at work in February!” a post on the doughnut shop’s Facebook page said, followed by two laughing/crying face emojis.

The pay is near $24 an hour, plus cash tips, the Facebook post said. The hours will be 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and the schedule is flexible.

Know an interested party in the Phoenix area? Send them a message on Facebook. We’ve embedded the Facebook post below:

Deliveries will be made within the Phoenix-metro area between Feb. 1-14, according to an Instagram post. Orders can be placed by calling the shop at 480-765-2817. “Due to the high call volume we experience with these, if we do not answer right away, PLEASE leave us a message and we will call you back ASAP!” the Instagram post said.

The cost for a dozen standard doughnuts and cupid delivery is $35.

Last October, the Tempe doughnut shop had a creepy clown deliver doughnuts. It was its second year doing it. Other Hurts Donuts locations around the country have run similar promotions.

Hurts Donut is open 24/7.

Written by Josh Frigerio for KNXV

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