A teen was sent out house from school after being captured offering shots of hand sanitiser to his fellow students at 50p a go.
His mom, Jenny Tompkins, from Leeds, published an image of him getting back previously after his entrepreneurial exploits at Dixons Unity Academy.
In a post on Facebook, she stated it was tough to discipline her boy when his “papa contacted us to state he was a legend”.
He prepares to utilize the £ 9 he made to purchase a kebab, she included.
Some participants to the post, which was shared almost 130,000 times, applauded his efforts.
One stated “can’t fault his reasoning”.
Others thought back about offering cigarettes for £ 1 a go.
Someone else stated: “Bet he gets an A in economics.”
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His mom, nevertheless, stated she attempted to be severe when the school called, and later on when her kid got back “with a huge smile on his face”.
She stated this was made harder after she called his daddy at work, who reacted by calling him “a [curse] legend”.
She included in addition to purchasing a kebab, her child utilized a few of the money to purchase a multipack of Doritos.
No-one from the school was offered for remark.
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