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Mt. Pleasant Dad voted one of America's 'hottest dads' over 40

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Harry says that the judges might have deemed him the hottest, but he was actually freezing cold when the picture that was entered was taken. Harry says that the judges might have deemed him the hottest, but he was actually freezing cold when the picture that was entered was taken.
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC -

One of America's "hottest dads" can be found right here in Mount Pleasant! Harry Farthing is considered one of "The Hottest Dads over 40".
     
His wife entered him into the contest sponsored by the "Today Show" and "I-Village".

There were almost a dozen categories this year including Military dads, new dads and even tattooed dads!

Harry says that the judges might have deemed him the hottest, but he was actually freezing cold when the picture that was entered was taken. It was taken at about 26,000 feet in the Himalayas.
     
You can catch Harry's story on the Today show this Friday, just in time for Father's day.

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