Billboard In Texas Encourages Illegals To ‘Get A Sugar Daddy’ [VIDEO]

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A billboard posted off a major interstate in Austin, Texas, is encouraging illegal immigrants to get a “sugar daddy” before they are deported.

“Undocumented Immigrant? Before You Get Deported Get a Sugar Daddy,” the billboard posted off Interstate 35 and credited to reads. A photo of a woman framed by the colors of the Mexican flag accompanies the eye-catching pitch.

The company responsible for the ad, Arrangement Finders, bills itself as “an exclusive service that connects men and women looking for mutually beneficial arrangements. We’re 100% secure, anonymous and risk free – making it simple for you to achieve the unique arrangement you desire.”

Jacob Webster, the Arrangement Finders’ CMO, told CBS Austin the ad is a response to Donald Trump’s immigration plan, which Webster described as a “promise to deport all 11 million of the nation’s undocumented immigrants.”

[dcquiz] “ skews heavily towards Hispanic women, with that demo making up over 31% of all the females on our site nationally and over 53% in Austin,” he added to CBS Austin.

Ironically, while the billboard is an effort to jab at Trump, some in Austin say it is offensive to illegal immigrants.

Speaking to local KVUE, Austin residents called the ad “disrespectful to all women and illegal immigrants” and “really offensive.”