Hyndburn's councillors are selling their services to the highest bidders to raise charity cash.
A group of 27 borough councillors, two county councillors and four council officers will become "human lots" during a slave auction at Accrington Town Hall on 25 February.
And, for the right price, you could be the one giving the orders.
Event organiser and Hyndburn councillor Malcolm Pritchard said the aim was to raise as much as possible for the Mayoral Charity Fund.
He said: "We want as many businesses and residents to come along to bid for the councillors. This has never been done before. I never imagined they would agree to it, but they have been terrific. Some are unable to do it because of health problems, but most have signed up."
He added: "We want genuine jobs for the councillors to do. It could be cleaning graffiti, walking dogs, washing up or ironing. Only Foals and Horses is offering £50 for me to spend the day mucking out the stables. It could be anything, as long as it's tasteful."
Tickets for the event are £3 and can either be bought in advance or on the night.
Council leader Peter Britcliffe, Labour group leader Jean Battle and deputy leader of Lancashire County Council, Doreen Pollitt, are among those taking part.
Charities set to benefit include Diabetics UK, East Lancs Hospice, NSPCC and the Blackburn and District Children's Group.
Other attractions on the night will be a raffle, with prizes including signed football memorabilia from Blackburn Rovers, Burnley and Accrington Stanley, a meal at Sparth House and a book signed by the cast of Emmerdale. MC on the night will be Safestyle UK's Jeff Brown and the auctioneer will be Peter McKenna, from Longridge.