A prolific sperm donor - with 150 kids worldwide - has fathered a further six babies during lockdown.
Joe, who conceals his surname but not his face from the public, says coronavirus restrictions haven't slowed him down on his mission to provide women across the world with the babies they want.
The 49-year-old US man says five women are currently pregnant thanks to his sperm donations, and one already gave birth over the American summer.
How he gets it done
He says he offers two insemination processes – the old fashioned way, and DIY which splits the ladies 50/50 by his reckoning.
“I offer both options and although the natural way has a higher success rate, I do understand that it's not for everyone,” Joe says.
"Some of the women are lesbians and would not want to have sex [with me] while others are married but their husbands are infertile.
"There's not a single charge for the 'sperm pot' as I do just enjoy making the world a better place. Some women do offer to help with travel expenses if they live far away.”
"I always feel great when I know there has been a birth."
Aiming for 10 babies in 2020, after fathering 150 so far
It’s sure to be a relief for Joe, who says he has fathered children all over the globe, from America, Argentina, Italy, Singapore, The Philippines and the UK donating his sperm.
The super sperm donor says he is on track to help 10 women fall pregnant by the end of the year. He is currently meeting prospective mothers in London after finding himself stranded in Argentina for most of the lockdown.
"Coronavirus hasn't slowed me down and I feel busier than ever,” he says.
"I love seeing photos of the babies when they're born as a lot of them do look like me.”
He has several photos with the offspring he helps produce, though to preserve his anonymity, he doesn’t reveal the baby’s identities publically.
He has been donating sperm in his own, unregulated way since 2008 but he isn’t without his limits.
"I have always said I wouldn't father more than 2500 but that would technically be impossible unless I live until the age of 250,” he points out, adding he has averaged about 10 children per year.
"I aim to donate my sperm for as long as it works which could be until I'm in my 90's."
Though not operating under any official system or program, Joe says he makes sure to have regular STI checks.
“I have a health check at least annually but if a woman requests more frequent testing, I will have another check on-demand,” he says,
Joe is hoping to head back to his hometown of America after his UK trip but says he's happy to travel anywhere in the world to donate his sperm.
Reporting by Caters News