A man on TikTok who refers to himself as the 'hot dad at the school gate' has said that 'thirsty mums' love him - but his video has caused a bit of a divide.
You can watch the video below:
In the clip, Karl writes: "When you're the 'hot dad' at the school gate." as he poses for a series of fake photos, pretending that mums are keen to get his picture.
"Some of you mommas be thirsty!" he captioned the video.
Followers flocked to the comments, with some agreeing that Karl is a 'hot dad'.
One person wrote: "I’d be too busy looking and forget my kids at the line lol."
While another said: "Wish there was some dads looking like you on my school run."
Others were more sceptical, however, with one adding: "Not everyone."
While a second wrote: "Very humble aren’t you."
And Karl isn't the only TikToker to describe himself as a 'hot dad'.
A couple of months ago, a dad was absolutely rinsed by mums after he called himself the 'hot dad on the school run'.
In the clip, the TikToker can be seen lip syncing to Sasique's 'Kute & Neat', writing over the clip: "Being the 'hot dad' on the school run."
He then added in the caption: "Some of you mummas be thirsty."
But mums were not having any of it, with several making comments on the video.
One joked: "When you find him will you let us know?"
While another said: "You just know one girl looked at him and he came home and made this."
And a third added: "As a school run mum, I'm sorry to say, we're not looking, we've got at least 5 other things running through our minds when dropping the kids off!"
One commenter added: "I get there a bit late so the playground is pretty much empty and I don't have to speak to no one."
And another said: “'Some of you mummas be thirsty'… yeah for a hot tea and some peace and quiet!!"
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