You have asked Ladbrokes for all kinds of weird and whacky requests and the bookmakers have obliged by pricing them up.
Anything ranging from the probability 65-year-old business tycoon Richard Branson sets foot on the moon before he’s 100 (100/1), to the likelihood great British heavyweight boxing hope Anthony Joshua lands a world title by 2020, at 4/6, have been given odds.
Below we highlight three more from a fruity batch of 27 answered customer requests currently live on sports.ladbrokes.com
Football: Reece Oxford to gain a full international cap for England before the end of 2016 @ 8/1
West Ham’s latest prodigal son or, the “boy who has everything” according to manager Slaven Bilic, belied his 16 years in helping the Hammers record a famous triumph at Arsenal on day one of the Premier League.
Such composure and positional discipline is rare in a boy so young and given he occupies a defensive midfield role, a position not yet sewn up for the Three Lions, this is genuinely plausible.
Swimming: Freddie Iron, Enduroman Channel Swim Time: 14-16 hours @ 2/1
Inspired by his cancer-surviving Dad, 25-year-old Freddie Iron is aptly named as he takes on the 300-mile triathlon, which includes the swim across the channel, in a bid to raise £20k for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Other times are available at different prices for the heroic Londoner.
Politics: Any Labour MP to defect to the Lib Dems before the end of 2015 @ 5/1
These are tumultuous times for the Labour party as the hugely divided camps for the vacant leadership contest attest.
With hard-line lefty Jeremy Corbyn as short as 1/3 to succeed Ed Miliband by the autumn, it’s very easy to see this bet landing as a protest to the appointment by more mainstream Labour MPs.
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