Hamsterman builds 8ft metal wheel on driveway of family home to run seven marathons for charity

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Updated: 16:37 BST, 1 December 2010
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We’ve all felt, at times, as on the off chance that we are stuck on the hamster wheel of life be that as it may sprinter Stuart Kettell has guaranteed that he is.
The 45-year-old unusual spent four months building an 8ft red what’s more, yellow metal wheel on the carport of his home in Coventry what’s more, presently runs the days away in full see of the neighbors on his rural lodging estate.

‘The neighbors were a bit taken aback at first, yet they’re utilized to it now,’ said the father-of-two.
Rat race: Mr Kettell plans to raise £7,000 for philanthropy by running seven marathons in seven days in the wheel
‘It feels truly peculiar running in the wheel, what’s more, I do get a bit of movement affliction as it’s going round in front of me.
‘It’s lovely troublesome running on an slant too.
‘But it’s making very a bit of intrigue round here.
‘People have been beeping their horns as they drive past me what’s more, I get a swarm of kids observing me each time I go for a run.
‘My kids think it’s awesome what’s more, they cherish having a go on the wheel yet my wife, Debbie, is less than impressed.

Eccentric: Stuart Kettell, 45, spent four months building the 8ft hamster wheel outside his home
Mr Kettell, who runs a film generation business, has conferred himself to running seven marathons – practically 200 miles – in seven days inside the wheel as a stunt to raise cash for charity.
He plans to raise £7,000 for Macmillan Growth Support, which he has bolstered for the past five a long time with ever more expound ideas, since it made a difference an old school friend.
Mr Kettell has beforehand paddled to France in a kayak what’s more, cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats on a penny farthing.
The stunts unmistakably amuse Mr Kettell, yet his spouse Debbie, 42, is less captivated of them.

‘Every time I attempt a new wacky stunt, Debbie is mortified, he said. 

‘Each year, she considers she’s got utilized to my wacky raising support what’s more, at that point I go what’s more, pull something else out of the bag.’

For more data if you don’t mind go on to Macmillian website which is www.macmillan.org.uk. 

People can moreover call the free helpline on 0808 808 0000.

  In the event that perusers would like to give coordinate to Stuart, they can moreover go to www.justgiving.com/willthemadfoolmakeit5

The wheel thing: This hamster gets his work out in the same way as Mr Kettell

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