Startup rolls out “ManServants” service

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Billed on the company's website as "what women really want" and "a man, but better," a San Francisco-based company called ManServants is getting ready to launch this fall.

"It’s not a stripper who gets naked," the website goes on to say. "It's a ManServant: a gentleman who treats you like a queen. Book one for a bachelorette party or any gathering to be your personal photographer, bartender, bodyguard, and butler all in one."

Those services are listed as "standard"-- for additional fees, certain guys will serenade their clients, bring along phone chargers and spare shoes or provide spa services.

Guys interested in working for the service are told they'll be paid $80/hour or $300/day, though rates for what customers would pay aren't posted.