- A woman has built a bar in her home to prevent her husband from going out for drinks
- Jayne Tapper who is married to Paul thought of a solution to her husband's love for drinking at a local pub
- Determined to nip it in the bud, she built her very own pub right in the back of their garden
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How far will a woman go to keep her man at home? Well, Jayne Tapper has set new levels after building a pub right in her home's back garden just to prevent her local pub loving husband from sneaking off for a drink.
Paul Tapper, an engineer from Newton Abbot in Devon, has always been a big fan of visiting the local pub, much to the annoyance of his wife, Jayne.
Determined to nip it in the bud, she built her own bar in their home and pulled her husband to the new 'heaven'.
The 48-year-old Jayne hilariously named the pub The Doghouse Inn.
The mum-of-three, who works as a nurse, says it gives a whole new meaning to being "in the doghouse" and plans to use the pub to host parties as well as for spending chilled nights at home.
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The whole thing didn't come cheap though, as they first spent N7.1 million having the garden levelled out, before forking out around N1.2 million for the initial build of the cabin.
Interesting stories of married couples have emerged in a few days past. Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have said that they would donate 99% of their earnings to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI).
This amounts to over GH¢250billion at the time the idea was launched. It should be noted that CZI is one that is targeted at using its resources to deal with all human diseases and improve education in the world.
They stated their resolve to put that whopping amount of their income in the project during an interview with CBS This Morning.
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