Pimlico Plumber boss Charlie Mullins set for £100m windfall

Plumber to the stars Charlie Mullins set for £100m windfall as he strikes deal to sell his business to US giant By Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail Published: 17:18 EDT, 20 September 2021 | Updated: 17:18 EDT, 20 September 2021 Celebrity plumbing tycoon Charlie Mullins is in line for a windfall of more than … Read more

Plumber discovers secret cellar hidden under his lawn and transforms it into TOILET

Plumber discovers remains of an old cellar hidden under his lawn and transforms it into TOILET for his garden man cave Sam, 34, found the bunker two years ago while digging up and levelling out lawn in Liversedge, Yorkshire He immediately set to work on revamping the building into an outside toilet for his self-made … Read more

Shocking moment plumber ‘sniffs customer’s knickers’

Shocking moment plumber ‘sniffs customer’s knickers’ as he wanders round her bedroom and rummages through drawers The plumber was hired by a landlady to fix her tenant’s leaking shower unit He arrived at the apartment near Wakefield in West Yorkshire on October 28 Minutes after the tenant left for work she saw the plumber in … Read more

Not fare! Plumber, 18, left fuming after Uber charged him £111 for TWO-MILE trip home from the pub

A plumber was left furious after he was charged £111 by Uber to take him home from the pub – even though the two-mile trip would normally have cost just £5.  Matt Bennett, 18, from Arnold, Nottinghamshire, woke up after a night out to discover the astronomical charge for the eight-minute trip.  The teenager had gone … Read more

My plumber has refused to service my old boiler. Do I need to replace it?

My boiler is 28 years-old and works fine, so I was surprised when the plumber who usually services it refused this year because it is too ancient. It’s a Potterton boiler, which I have had serviced every year since 1992, and my gas bill for the past 11 months was around £1,300. I live in … Read more

SARAH VINE: As Ryan the plumber says, we don’t need a handbook to follow the lockdown rules

When it comes to the latest Government guidelines on the (very) gradual lifting of lockdown, it seems people fall into one of two camps. You’re either a Pooja from Solihull, or a Ryan from Surrey. Pooja Jalota is the pharmacist who on Monday, in deeply censorious tones, accused Boris Johnson of being ‘too vague’ and … Read more