Online dating midlands
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It took a week for them to stick the coins to the floor - at a cost of £700.
A barber came up with a clever way to cut costs by laying the floor of his new shop with 70,000 1p pieces.
Rich Holtham, owner of BS4 Barbers in Dudley, West Midlands, came up with the idea after he was given an estimate of £1,000 to arrange the flooring.
Mr Holtham said: 'We wanted a new floor but the cost of getting it done was expensive and we wanted to do something a bit more unusual, so we looked at a few different ideas online.'It took us about a week to lay all the pennies down and then we had to get someone to grout the gaps.'We had to take our own cash to the bank and we had to take hundreds of pennies out a day.'In the end we took out £700 worth of pennies.
That's 70,000 coins.'We have had a lot of interest in the floor, to be fair.