Man Jealous Of Neighbours Puts Massive Jacuzzi In His Living Room
This garden-less bloke was so jealous watching neighbours enjoying their green spaces that he decided to bring the outside in and erected a giant 38 square foot jacuzzi in his living room.
Mark Sullivan's friends and family said he never would put the seven-seater hot tub inside his converted chapel home but he was determined to prove them wrong.
After spending 15 hours preparing it last Saturday (18 April), the joiner spent three days kicking back and relaxing in his new tub - and his friends called him a 'legend' for it.
Hilarious photos show Mark enjoying the jacuzzi in the middle of his house with a glass of bubbly in hand as the water froths and foams just inches from his sofa and widescreen TV.
Mark, of Hawarden in Flintshire, North Wales, said: "It's difficult being in lockdown without a garden - I've just got a yard at the front of my house, but it's not big enough for anything.
"I live in an old chapel that I've converted into a house - the 'chapel of love' is what it's called. I was jealous of seeing people outside - so I thought I'd bring the outside inside."
Mark's cousin gifted him the jacuzzi during lockdown and he shared what he was planning to erect in his front room with his Facebook friends.
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Mark said: "I posted on Facebook a picture of the jacuzzi and loads of people commented. The lads said I was mental doing it and everyone thought that I was daft - especially my dad.
"Everyone said that I wouldn't put it up and it would ruin my front room, but it never did. People didn't think I'd put it up - but I like to prove people wrong."
Mark had to move the pool table out of the way to make space for the seven-seater hot tub in his open plan living room.
Mark said: "It took three hours to fill it up with water with a hose pipe from the outside tap and 12 hours for the hot tub to heat up. When it was up I used it quite a bit - I put towels down so it wouldn't ruin my carpet.
"I just had a few beers and drinks in it by myself and had the radio on - it was nice and relaxing."
When the father-of-one posted a snap of him enjoying a glass of white wine and 'loving life' in the bubbling jacuzzi, friends were quick to comment with one saying: "Total legend, absolutely brilliant pal, enjoy."
Another added: "Made my night seeing that Mark fair play to you," while a third wrote: "Can't believe it's in your house, how the hell do you plan on emptying it?" The answer is: a washing up bowl from the kitchen for an hour and a half...
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