The Oldest Paperboy in the World

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Ted Ingram of Dorset, UK, may be the oldest paperboy in the world at the age of 90. He's been on the job for 68 years and is estimated to have delivered half a million copies of the newspaper over the length of his career:

He said he has only twice cancelled his deliveries - both times when snow prevented the papers getting to him.[...]

The 90-year-old moved to the village in 1938 and worked as a tractor driver on a farm.

But he decide to boost his income by taking up a paper round aged 22.


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Actually, the oldest paper "boy" (whell girl) was Mexico's City citizen Rosario Iglesias Rocha "Mrs. Chayito" who work selling newspapers until the age of 98, also marathon runner and winner of a lot of golden medals.
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