Drug dealer promises to donate 10 percent of cocaine earnings to Australian bushfire relief

An Aussie drug dealer is doing their part for the bushfire effort, apparently encouraging customers to donate to the relief work while buying their cocaine. 

In a text message obtained by the Daily Mail, the altruistic local dealer claimed they would give 10 percent of the weekend's sales to the firefighting efforts. 

"Alot [sic] of my family have been affected... not a joke. Actually being legit thank you all," they wrote in the text to customers. 

They also encouraged others to donate out of their own pockets. 

"Hopefully you guys can also donate would mean alot [sic] thank you." 

A text just hours earlier from the dealer to the same number described the quality of their product. 

"Cracka pearl batch. New amazing pearl batch. The smell of heaven is back... get in quick to try the best going around," they wrote. 

Ten percent of a weekend's earnings could be in the thousands of dollars, but we're guessing the individual responsible won't be putting up their hand for public recognition. 

The screenshot of the text conversation has been circulating on social media, with many praising the dealer for doing it for a good cause, and some requesting the phone number be unblurred. 

"A modern Robin Hood," one person joked. 

"Good to see small business supporting Aussies in need," added another.

Celebrities who have donated money more publicly to Australian relief teams include singer Elton John who pledged $1 million, Chris Hemsworth, Nicole Kidman, Pink, Keith Urban, Ellen DeGeneres, Metallica and more.