Warm-hearted bus driver, Wayne Rimmer, 33, from Southport in Merseyside bought a t shirt with a name on it for £380 this morning.
“I know I could have bought one with no name, made in the same factory, for six quid from Asda, but it just didn’t feel right.” Rimmer told us.
“I’ve heard some of the owners of these multi-billion dollar brands have to peel their own bananas.” He explained. “Do we really want to live in a world where someone smart enough to pay people in Bangladesh 50p a day to write names on t shirts and sell them to me for £380 has to peel their own bananas? They should have someone to do that for them.”
Rimmer, who has to drive his bus for almost a week to earn £380 told us he was just happy to help out in his own small way.
“War, famine, preventable diseases, homelessness, climate change, billionaires peeling their own bananas. Someone has to raise awareness of these important issues. Walking round with a name on a t shirt is the least I can do.”
“I’ve also heard that the ladies really go for a man thoughtful enough to spend a week’s wages helping billionaires hire someone to peel their bananas.” He added.