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In news out of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, disgraced former politician Sam Dastyari has revealed his latest gig since leaving parliament.
The former Chinese Government mouthpiece and spokesperson for the Labor Party on issues like the South China Sea told fellow contestants on the reality tv show ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ that he has been gainfully employed exporting baby formula over the last few months.
Speaking candidly from his temporary jungle home in the Republic, Dastyari explained that he has been making a small fortune as a
A Daigou or overseas surrogate shopper is a channel of commerce in which a person outside of China purchases commodities for a customer in mainland China, due to the lack of access to a product in China.
Dastyari explained that as a result of the Chinese connections that landed him in hot water a couple of years ago, he has been able to establish a booming export business since leaving politics.
“Yeah, I’ve been pretty careful to avoid all the A Current Affair cameras and angry bogans with smartphones, and I’ve done quite well so far,” Dastyari said to the batch of ‘celebrities’ barely recognisable to the majority of the nation’s population.
“The new 2 tin rule that a lot of shops have implemented has made life a little bit more difficult, but if you just shop hop around it’s easy enough,” he laughed.
Dastyari then suggested that some of the more D Grade celebrities should give it a try if they fail to land any work following the show.