A person earning 160 pounds a day by queuing

Saturday, January 22, 2022

LONDON: Freddie Beckett, a British citizen, calls himself a "professional lineman" because he receives 20 pounds an hour for standing in line for others.

Their clients include wealthy people who can't afford to wait in line for hours because of their busy schedules, which could cost them millions of dollars.

They stand in long queues for hours, from buying movie and museum tickets to shopping.

Freddie says he works an average of eight hours a day, earning 160 pounds from morning to evening.

Thus, in five days of the week, his income is 800 pounds while his monthly income is 3200 pounds.

It is important to note that Freddie is not the first person to make money by queuing up for others. Prior to that, in 2015, an American man had opened a regular company under which he provided 'queuing' services.

Although Freddie Beckett has not opened any company, but by just queuing, he earns so much monthly that he can easily make ends meet.

His work was severely affected by the epidemic of Covid 19, but as the routine of life is restored, so is Freddie's work.


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