Man sells £325,000 home and lives off Pot Noodles so he can afford to set up sex toy business

  Birmingham mail 
Tom Thurlow - a self-described 'UK Sex Entrepreneur' - sleeps on a blow up bed in his office after the 29-year-old freed up as much cash as possible by selling off his Mercedes, home and cashing in his Premium Bonds
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