Property developer spends 11,000£ turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing market

Property developer spends 11,000 turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing marketDaniel Bond spent four grueling months turning the neglected vehicle into a two bedroom homeThe couple were unable to afford a deposit and found it almost impossible to get a mortgage because he is a self employed electricianIt is kitted out with a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, kitchen, TV lounge, bar, toilet and bathroomThe kitchen even has a hob, cooker, fridge and sink with running waterDaniel hopes to have his bus driver’s licence so that he and Stacey can take a trip to Cornwall where he grew up | UPDATED: 07:05 GMT, 29 June 2012 A cash strapped property hunter has turned his back on the housing market by making his family home out of a double-decker BUS.

Deb Rose: Mother so fat her Wii-Fit character EXPLODED uses the game to lose 9 stone

Mother who was so fat her Wii-Fit character EXPLODED can now play on the computer game after losing nine stone The Wii-Fit console told her, that at 22st 6lb, it could not cope with her weight After years of battling the bulge, it was the stark wake-up call Deb Rose, 33 needed to lose weight A mother who was too fat for the Nintendo Wii – making her computerised character explode when she stood on the Wii-Fit board – can now play with her children again after losing an incredible nine stone. Mrs Rose was horrified to be told by the Nintendo Wii that she was too heavy for the board when she went to play the game – including bowling and skiing – on the console with her young daughter one Christmas. Weighing in at 22st 6lb, the machine told her it could not cope with her weight – even making her computerised character explode on screen.

Mother who was so fat her Wii-Fit character EXPLODED uses the computer game to lose nine stone

Mother who was so fat her Wii-Fit character EXPLODED can now play on the computer game after losing nine stone Weighing in at 22st 6lb the Wii-Fit console told her it could not cope with her weight After years of battling the bulge, it was the stark wake-up call Deb Rose, 33 needed to lose weight A Mother who was too fat for the Nintendo Wii – making her computerised character explode when she stood on the Wii-Fit board – can now play with her children again after losing an incredible nine stone.