David Wozniak, the 42-year-old butcher played by Patrick Huard in the French Canadian comedy, Starbuck, has done foolish things in life. He married a Russian woman who promised to be his maid for a year, invested in Cuban cigars with a stranger, and purchased a Hall and Oates guitar pick for $500. Between 1988 and 1990, he donated sperm to a local fertility clinic 696 times under the code name Starbuck. Now, more than 20 years later, he’s learned through a lawyer that he fathered 533 children. Of those offspring, 142 have filed a class-action lawsuit against the clinic to have Starbuck’s identity revealed. (via Father-ready | Under The Radar)

David Wozniak, the 42-year-old butcher played by Patrick Huard in the French Canadian comedy, Starbuck, has done foolish things in life. He married a Russian woman who promised to be his maid for a year, invested in Cuban cigars with a stranger, and purchased a Hall and Oates guitar pick for $500. Between 1988 and 1990, he donated sperm to a local fertility clinic 696 times under the code name Starbuck. Now, more than 20 years later, he’s learned through a lawyer that he fathered 533 children. Of those offspring, 142 have filed a class-action lawsuit against the clinic to have Starbuck’s identity revealed. (via Father-ready | Under The Radar)