Man on Last 500 Pounds Becomes Millionaire, Teenager’s Deadly Allergic Reaction and Flight Mask Rules

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‘Bored’ Scouser took £500 and became a ‘millionaire in his spare time’

A man who was ‘bored’ and ‘miserable’ during lockdown has taken on £500 and made himself a millionaire in his spare time.

Full-time bank worker Aydin Guner, 36, found himself with more free time when the country went into lockdown in 2020, and began exploring ways to improve his wealth and prospects of life.

After searching online, he came across a series of real estate investing videos on YouTube posted by multi-millionaire entrepreneur Samuel Leeds.

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Aydin, who was born in Liverpool and lives in Halewood, said: “At the start of the first lockdown I had around £500 in my bank account, it was rainy outside and miserable and I couldn’t meet anyone.

“I thought, who is this guy talking about real estate investing? [Samuel Leeds] I didn’t know too much.

“I just thought it was something rich people did, and it takes a lot of capital to get started. But I just had something inside me that wanted more.”

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A grieving father fears he will never come to terms with the death of his son and his ‘best friend’

The father of a popular teenager who suffered a fatal allergic reaction fears he will never understand his son’s tragic death.

Nicholas Kelly, who had a nut allergy, died following a meal from his local takeout.

But investigations have failed to establish what triggered the anaphylactic shock that caused him to collapse.

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Speaking after an inquest into the death of his 16-year-old son, Chris Kelly told ECHO: “I just don’t know what caused his death. I’m just speechless.

“I want justice, I want to know what killed him, what was the real reason. But I’m not going to find out now.

The inquest heard a meal of döner meat and mayonnaise had been requested for Nick of Uno Pizzas on Chapel Street, Prescot.

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Tui, easyJet and Ryanair rule as Jet2 becomes first to scrap face masks

Passengers on Jet2 flights will no longer have to wear face masks, after the airline became the first major carrier to drop the rule on Wednesday.

Restrictions introduced to control the spread of coronavirus have continued to be eased since Boris Johnson scrapped Plan B measures in January.

The low-cost airline operator announced on its website that masks will no longer be compulsory on flights from England and Northern Ireland in line with government restrictions.

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A spokesperson said: “Wearing a face covering is no longer a legal requirement in England and Northern Ireland, including at our airports or on board our aircraft.

“However, in line with UK government guidance, we recommend customers continue to wear a face mask in these spaces, and remind customers that they will need to wear one when they arrive at their overseas destination.”

Here are the rules for easyJet, Ryanair and Tui flights, and Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

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