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Cricklewood man wins his ‘perfect 24 hours’

PUBLISHED: 14:38 12 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:38 12 July 2016

Frank Dugarte has won his perfect 24 hours

Frank Dugarte has won his perfect 24 hours

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What would you do if you could spend a whole 24 hours doing exactly what you want before you started a new job?

One 25-year-old from Cricklewood has been granted this very wish and he has chosen to…..bungee jump from a bridge

Frank Dugarte has been named as the lucky winner of a competition organised by JOB TODAY and The Tab.

He has beaten of hundreds of entrants to scoop a £1,000 prize which will pay for him to do a bungee jump.

He said: “You don’t know fear until you’ve actually faced it.”

JOB TODAY is a phone app that helps job candidates get in contact with employers in hopes to find work in less than 24 hours.

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