A homeless man is seeing job offers pour in, after a YouTube video of him showing off his incredible voice became a viral hit.
Ted Williams used to work as a radio announcer, but hard times saw him jobless, homeless and holding a sign begging for cash at the side of a road in Ohio.
And that's where he was found when he recently became the subject of a viral video after a journalist noticed his sign, boasting he had a "God-given gift of a great voice".
After the exchange of a few dollars, Williams released his silky smooth FM voice saying things like: "we'll be right back with more after these words" for the camera.
Now, after gaining more than 4 million views on YouTube, the job offers are pouring in… we just wish we could get him to read Newslite stories to us at night.
Williams says that in the past he had problems with drugs and alcohol, but is now two years clean.
His first live radio gig is due to be on WNCI's Morning Zoo and bosses at the station say they are trying to find him some work.