Bloke forced to sleep in shed

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According to Daventrytoday

A MAN was forced to sleep in his shed for two weeks after building work at his house disrupted his attempts to get any rest.

Tom Sykes, 64, took refuge in the shed of his Daventry home, sleeping on a summer garden chair wearing an anorak and a woolly hat with just an electric heater for warmth.

He took the drastic measure after builders began work at his Daventry Housing Association (DDH)-owned home in Tovey Drive on the Southbrook estate for a fortnight in January to fit it with a new kitchen and central heating.

Of course if the shed is only small then it could be an issue, but some of our sheddies would love to!

By Andrew Wilcox

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