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OnlyFans model Nisa Tee has been delighting followers with her clever-yet-naughty tale of how she faked her way into a barista job through a combination of plagiarism and job-search cat-fishing, news.com.au reports.

Flummoxed over how to write a cover letter for a barista gig job application seven years ago, the OnlyFans model and Glasgow, Scotland, resident resorted to a manipulative form of crowdsourcing. 

First, Nisa published a phony posting for a barista and waitress job in Glasgow on the British version of Craig’s List, Gumtree, finding herself flooded with cover letters.

Next the OnlyFans model selected the most promising of the cover letters, rewrote it slightly, and submitted it in as job application. She then quickly took down the phony post, just in time to find that she had landed the barista gig.

Recalling the stunt on Twitter, Nisa – now 25 – said: “When I was 19 I had to apply for a job and couldn’t be a**-f*****d writing a cover letter.

OnlyFans star praised for hilarious job application trick

“So I made a fake job ad for the job I was applying for on gumtree and like 200 people applied and I picked the best cover letter as my own,” the OnlyFans model recalls of her little stunt.

In her Twitter post, Nisa shared a screenshot of her email inbox after she posted the phony job advertisement. It was overflowing with job seekers.

Twitter has revelled in the OnlyFans model’s devious efforts to fill out a job application, showering her tweet with more than 170,000 likes.

“This is actually genius,” tweeted a fan, according to The Sun. “Like, supervillain level genius.”

But not everyone supported the stunt, as one social media user wrote: “Can’t believe people are praising what she did.

OnlyFans model creates fake job advert to ‘nick best cover letter’ for her own application – and gets the role

Detractors of the OnlyFans model’s job application machinations were less impressed, with one saying “All those 200 people had hope to get a job but they were being scammed.”

“I wasn’t getting anywhere with my job search,” Nisa recalled of her devious scheme to get hired at the coffee joint.

“I was skint and needed money and everyone was always like your cover letter is the most important part of your application and mine were basic as f***.”

The Daily Mail reports that the OnlyFans model continued in her rationalization of the time she leveraged the phony job advertisement to help her craft her own job application: “So I just decided to create a job ad for a job I was looking for as a barista. At the time there were loads of them so I could read other people’s and see where I was going wrong. So I made my ad and forgot about it then my emails were exploding.”

‘I was like “omg haha”. So then I read through them all and rephrased my fave one.’

Job hunter is labelled a ‘supervillain level genius’ after posting a fake ad for a barista role online and cherry picking the best bits from 200 cover letters for her own

“Then I just used it as my own for a barista role and got the job LOL so it was a win win,” the OnlyFans model concluded in her recollection of how she plagiarized her job application.

“Can’t believe I’ve wasted so much of my life writing cover letters. This is f***ing genius,” one individual tweeted in response to the OnlyFans model’s confession of how she faked her job application.

In other OnlyFans news, Insider has done a deep dive into how Belle Delphine, who became a millionaire through the site, dropped out of school at 14 and ran headlong into internet fame.

Born Mary-Belle Kirschner, she had a rough childhood and attempted odd jobs before she landed on the formula that would soon earn her more than $1 million a month online.

The reason Delphine dropped out at such a young age is because she experienced bullying, she told Insider. The influencer with nearly 2 million YouTube subscribers said that she was a “weird” kid and that she dealt with a “bad mental state” throughout her early education.

Why OnlyFans millionaire Belle Delphine dropped out of school at age 14 and embraced internet fame

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The National Park Service recovered a body in the Grand Canyon believed to be that of a missing Kentucky man.

Along with the body, park personnel found a motorcycle on Wednesday below the South Kaibab Trailhead.

Officials believe the man to be 40-year-old John Pennington, who was reported missing last week.

Pennington was last seen on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, possibly riding a yellow motorcycle, NPS has said.

The National Park Service and the Coconino County Medical Examiner are investigating the death.

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A woman was shot during an armed robbery outside a popular Beverly Hills Italian restaurant on Thursday afternoon, according to reports.

The victim was dining outside celebrity hotspot Il Pastaio restaurant when a trio of suspects targeted her companion’s $500,000 Richard Mille watch, TMZ reported.

A shooter opened fire, hitting the woman in the leg. The crooks fled with the man’s watch, the report said.

The gunshot victim was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries, the Los Angeles Times reported.

A witness told the outlet that about three to four shots were fired. The gunfire sent other diners scrambling for cover.

The suspects fled and no arrests were immediately reported.

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Connecticut will lift all coronavirus-related capacity limits on restaurants and other businesses in two weeks, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Thursday.

The Nutmeg State is joining several others that have recently eased lockdown restrictions.

“I think Connecticut has earned it,” the Democratic governor said.

Starting on March 19, Connecticut’s retail stores, houses of worship, gyms, hair salons and other spaces will all be allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity.

Other changes include sports being allowed to resume, with indoor stadiums reopening at 10 percent capacity starting April 2.

Additionally, the state’s rule for incoming travelers, which included a 10-day quarantine, will now be an advisory rather than mandatory.

“You know it’s been tough and people have been frustrated,” Lamont said. “A lot of our businesses really suffered, and people took a hit… So I’ll tell ya. It feels pretty good.”

“It feels good that we’re able to do this.”

Some restrictions remain, including on eateries, which will still have to close their dining rooms at 11 p.m. and seat no more than eight people per table.

Bars that don’t serve food will not be allowed to reopen. Movie theaters and performing arts venues will still be limited to 50 percent capacity. Gatherings at private homes will be capped at 25 people indoors and 100 outdoors.

The state will also maintain some key measures, such as its mask mandate and social distancing rules.

The Republican governors of Texas and Mississippi recently announced they were doing away with their mask mandates.

Lamon said that “this is not Texas, this is not Mississippi. This is Connecticut.”

“We are maintaining the masks.”

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