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Apprentice Thomas 'has loyalty card' at Bridge Cafe after Ryan-Mark slates their tea


The Apprentice has welcomed a number of well-loved characters over the years, but on the 2019 series, Thomas Skinner undoubtedly stole the show.

The Essex happy chappy was a hit with both viewers, Lord Sugar and his fellow contestants – despite not agreeing on a few business ideas.

His selling prowess knew no bounds and he came up trumps when he had products to flog, however, he only managed to secure one wins throughout the nine weeks on the show.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, the pillow salesman joked he purposedly lost the tasks so he could visit the famous Bridge Cafe on a weekly basis.

Thomas admitted he loved the Bridge Cafe so much he purposefully lost the tasks

“You know what, if you went to that caff I went to, you’d be losing tasks as well.

“They do the best fry ups you’ve had in your life,” he exclaimed.

“The tea was unbelievable. “

The Essex native was one of this year’s stand out stars and many gravitated towards his enthusiastic attitude

When asked if he has a loyalty card at the famous establishment, he replied: “Of course I’ve got a loyalty card.

“I’m on first name terms with the lady behind the counter she goes ‘alright Tommy!'”

Discussing Ryan-Mark’s comments he made last week, the 19-year-old confessed the tea was “disgusting” and the place was “repulsive”.

Thomas said the cafe served an ‘unbelievable brew’ despite Ryan-Mark saying the Bridge Cafe was “repulsive”

And Thomas wasn’t happy about the fashion buyer’s remarks.

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“That’s because Ryan-Mark has his breakfast in Harrods.”

Discussing his love of fry-ups, Thomas continued: “Oh, it’s gotta be a greasy spoon. Two sausages, eggs, bacon, hash brown, mushrooms, the lot.”

The Apprentice continues on Wednesdays on BBC One at 9pm.





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