Man builds home out of McDonald's rubbish

Man builds home out of McDonald's rubbish

A former waste management worker has creatively built his own home using McDonald's food wrappers and plastic bottles.

The Sun newspaper reports Angus Carnie turned the rubbish into materials to build his two-bedroom home near Dundee.

Speaking to the paper Angus, 55, said: "People thought I was bonkers but I said 'I'll manage - I'm Scottish'."

The price Angus paid overall for his new home was roughly around £15,000 - a massive reduction from current properties on the market.

Angus reportedly started the production on his ideal home after surviving a brain tumour scare.