Disgruntled ‘massage uncle’ is back with a new job

The "massage therapist" uncle who had been sexually harassed by sexy women is back with a new job.

A Singapore-based community jobs website has come up with a follow up to the viral video ad of "Uncle Toh", reprised by sound engineer Toh Kia Hing.

In the new ad, the grumpy old man is now a retail assistant at a sportswear shop.

Everything is well until his "crazy boss" decides to transfer him to the swimwear department.

"I thought to myself, maybe it wouldn't be so bad. At least I wouldn't have to massage them," Toh said in the video.

However, the poor uncle soon learns he has to bear with the demands and caprices of ladies trying out bikinis in the fitting room. The women include blogger Peggy Heng and Miss Singapore World finalist Kuek Ziyi.

The video is an advertisement by Jobiness, a community for job seekers and employers.

Watch the video below.

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