Schoolboy Made £14K Selling Sweets In School, Faces Suspension

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JS51318497 Schoolboy Made £14K Selling Sweets In School, Faces Suspension

A schoolboy has been threatened with suspension after making £14,000 selling sweets and drinks to other kids in his school.

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Tommie Rose, 15, wanted to save up for his university fees early, but now he’s facing being expelled for his businessman like endeavours.

The young hustler even hired his two friends after business picked up. He paid them £5.50 a day to help him sell drinks, chocolate and crisps.

JS51318501 Schoolboy Made £14K Selling Sweets In School, Faces Suspension

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Teachers say Tommie will face suspension if he carries on smuggling Lucozades, Dairy Milk bars and Doritos through the school gates.

And he was already suspended from his old school back in 2011 for doing the same thing.

The savvy lad has his sights set on a top business degree from prestigious Oxford or Cambridge. We’re confident he’ll be smashing it in the future.

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Photo credit: Manchester Evening News

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