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petek, 14 maja, 2021

Wife builds pub in back garden as she’s sick of husband sneaking off for a pint

A woman got so fed up of her husband nipping down to their local pub that she decided to build one in their back garden to keep him at home.

Sometimes there’s nothing better than ending a long, hard day at the pub, chatting with your pals, a cold beer in hand.

But there are definitely a few of us who are guilty of staying a little too long and drinking a little too much.

Paul Tapper, an engineer from Newton Abbot in Devon, has always been a big fan of visiting his local, much to the annoyance of his wife, Jayne.

Finally, she decided enough was enough, and built her very own pub right in the middle of their back garden in an attempt to keep her husband from sneaking off for a drink.

 

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