He rented a billboard on the street to sell a piece of cheese he found in his house

A man fond of business rents a billboard on the street to sell a piece of cheese that was in his fridge.

Angel Domingo, who bought the ad space, said he found the string of cheese in the fridge of his new home when he moved to Toronto.

The man told local news site Global News that he traded regularly and would try to do the same with the cheese.

Domingo said he's used to trading vehicles, auto parts and furniture on resale sites, but said the market is "full of all kinds of weird things."

"It's probably the weirdest thing I've ever had to offer," he said. "Someone told me I wouldn't get anything for it and no one would want it, but I think some people really want it."

"I've had so many offers, 'Some people are calling me back because the first offer they got wasn't good enough,'" he said.

He continued, "One person offered him two Persian cats in exchange for a small cheese board.

However, Domingo said, as of Thursday afternoon, that he had not accepted any of the offers.

Domingo admitted he paid "a lot of money" to put up the billboard, but did not reveal the total amount.

He said the contract for advertising space is for a few weeks only.

According to Domingo, the cheese is “still edible,” with its expiration date still a few months away. The “black diamond chains” that Domingo showcases are widely available in most grocery stores, according to Domingo.

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