The Apprentice Contestant Ryan-Mark Rushed To Hospital After Dropping £1,000 Caviar Jar On Foot
***WARNING - SPOILERS***
If you've been watching The Apprentice then you'll be unfortunate enough to be aware of Ryan-Mark Parsons, the youngest - and most annoying - contestant in the show's history.
The 19-year-old 'luxury expert' was given the finger (fired) on last Wednesday's show and now the guy has only gone and gotten himself hospitalised.
Now, we probably all know someone who has had to go to hospital with a foot injury, perhaps they suffered a sports injury or an incredibly bad toe-stubbing.
But no no no, Ryan-Mark doesn't get injured in such mudblood ways - he gets injured by dropping a £1,000 jar of caviar on his foot.
Speaking to The Mirror about the injury, he said: "Thankfully I've not broken my foot, but I did have to have an operation resulting in two parts of my toe nail being removed."
Elaborating on the incident, his friend said: "Ryan-Mark was rushed to hospital yesterday after dropping a jar of caviar on his foot.
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"It was only a little jar but it was made of thick glass and fell from a real height. He literally couldn't walk and blood was everywhere.
"Ryan-Mark was devastated, not because he thought he had broken his foot, but because it was a kilo of Royal Oscietra Caviar, which costs over £1,000 a jar.
"He had to have X-rays and an operation under local anaesthetic."
Thankfully, he came out of the operation in one piece, which is just as well, as former contestant Marianne Rawlins ripped him a new one on Wednesday.
After being kicked off the show, the American claimed that Ryan-Mark called a client on the show 'common', but that it was later cut out.
Speaking to The Metro, she said: "After meeting the client, Ryan-Mark was incredibly insulting about them. He was calling them common in a very disgusting way and basically saying, 'These guys aren't luxury they're common people' and he was throwing a fit.
"And so my response to that the next day was not to stoop to his level but to say, 'Hey, maybe you shouldn't be front of house if there's this big disconnect between you and the target demographic'.
"When they cut out what he said before it makes me look classless and so I didn't like that, I didn't just come out with that for no reason and I really would have preferred that not be the case."
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