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Bored Doorman Decides To Try 'Working From Home'

Bored Doorman Decides To Try 'Working From Home'

A doorman who is unable to work due to the lockdown has shared a funny clip of himself attempting to 'work from home'.

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Stuart Hupton, from Atherton, Manchester, has been missing going out to work since the lockdown measures were put in place so decided to have a bit of a laugh by setting up as a doorman in his own home.

The 31-year-old decided to whip out his uniform and work security from home by looking after his little daughters' trampoline.

In the funny clip Stuart can be seen standing outside the opening to the trampoline where he asks his little girls for their ID before letting them go on.

Stuart shared his clip on TikTok where it's quickly racked up more than a million views and been flooded with comments from amused followers.

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Credit: Storytrender/@stuart.guppy.hupton
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One person wrote: "Don't fancy your chances if you have to chuck them out, big fella!"

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Another wrote: "I was waiting for you to stop one, do a double take just to scare them."

While a third joked: "I need a bouncer, my kids turn into gremlins when I tell them to get off the trampoline!"

Stuart is one of the many people who are coming up with unique ways to stave off boredom.

Earlier this month one day created a 'real life' version of Super Mario Kart on his driveway to keep his six-year-old son Drayton entertained during lockdown.

Andrew Dawson, from Cheadle, spent 30 hours putting together an impressive racetrack out of left over cardboard boxes and hoped it would stop his young son from getting too sucked into technology.

He told LADbible: "We've been trying to create various learning and play ideas during lockdown that minimise the use of screens, such as the TV and games consoles."

Credit: LADbible
Credit: LADbible

Adding: "He absolutely loves it.

"He said it's better than the actual game itself and he wants to use it so much that I'll probably progress the building of it when I get more time - adding more 3D buildings as bumpers, a possible track extension, and even a raised bridge over one of the roads would be great."

Featured Image Credit: Storytrender

Topics: lockdown, Funny, Coronavirus

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]