Student walk of shame shuttle service becomes a reality TV show

2014-05-22 23:00
Cape Town – The dreaded walk of shame the morning after the night before is everyone’s worst nightmare.  

One ingenious entrepreneur has tapped into the market of shame and business is booming. In fact, she’s just landed a reality TV deal.

VH1 has picked up a reality programme based on a Walk of Shame Shuttle service in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Kellyann Wargo a University of Michigan graduate started the shuttle service during her senior year. Being an early riser she often found herself picking friends up after a night out. She turned this into a business. For $5 the service provides transportation, a bottle of water and a coupon for the morning after pill.

To advertise her business she posted a video that ended up going viral. Not long thereafter VH1 executives contacted her about becoming a reality TV star.

Most of the show will centre around the stories her customers tell her about their crazy night out.

We’d definitely watch this!

Watch her ad here:

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