THE Apprentice star Thomas Skinner has shared snaps of his hilarious new personalised quantity plate that includes his signature catchphrase “BOSH”.
The 32-year-old businessman rose to fame following his look on fifteenth sequence of The Apprentice in 2019 the place he grew to become a fan favorite due to his Cockney accent and persona.
Throughout his look on the present, wheeler-dealer Skinner additionally coined his personal catchphrase – signing off most posts, speeches and celebrations with the proclamation: “Bosh!”
Now Skinner, from Romford, East London, has proudly shared his most up-to-date buy in dedication to his long-running catchphrase.
A picture reveals Skinner posing beside his silver Mercedes-Benz SL Class convertible with son Henry, 2, standing within the passenger seats.
A beaming Skinner factors on the quantity plate caught on the entrance of his motor, which hilariously reads: “A BO5H”.
Skinner shared the snap to social media yesterday with the caption: “The quantity plate ‘A BO5H’ got here up on the DVLA public sale the opposite week and I used to be 100% not letting anybody else purchase it.
“The paperwork has lastly bought to me. I’ve put it on certainly one of my favorite vehicles in my little assortment, my outdated Mercedes SL.
“I prefer to name her the pub cruiser, as a result of she principally cruises to the pub with the roof down after which stays there till I choose her up once more. Bosh.”
The submit has since acquired over 9,500 likes and greater than 170 feedback from customers left in stitches.
One person wrote: “That’s a belter that plate.”
One other commented: “Beautiful, beautiful automobile.”
A 3rd mentioned: “Good automobile. Plate spacing will get you pulled by dibble although fella.”
One other replied: “That’s priceless and good. A Bosh.”
Regardless of being fired by Sir Alan Sugar within the eighth week of The Apprentice, Skinner has remained within the limelight with appearances on TV reveals together with 8 Out of 10 Cats and Superstar MasterChef.
He has additionally gained a big following on-line due to his near-daily movies detailing his giant and strange breakfasts equivalent to Christmas dinner and lasagne.
Normally consuming at Dino’s Cafe in New Spitalfields Market, East London, Skinner sometimes publicizes his breakfast alongside a motivational speech for his followers – and indicators off with “bosh”.