Arnaud Dubel died at the age of 67. He was Germany’s most famous unemployed man, and the way he explained his status earned him a legion of fans.
Arno Dübel, Germany’s most famous unemployed man, died Tuesday at the age of 67. The man has not worked since 1976, that is, almost 50 years. He will be remembered by a large number of fans, including how he explained his status. It must be admitted that the statements of the most famous Polish unemployed Ferdinand of Kiepski pale in comparison with him.
The most famous unemployed person has died. “I don’t want to get up in the morning”
“Everything is so monotonous.” Always the same. You get up in the morning. Then you see the same faces of employees. Nothing new to say – Doubel said in an interview. “You’re in full swing.” If I were still working, I would overwork myself. I don’t want to get up in the morning and go to work. I come home from work in the evening – and then I have to do something? No, then I would be exhausted – he explained.
Such statements created a furor on social networks, and also aroused the interest of traditional media, which led to frequent invitations of the unemployed man to TV shows.
During one of the reports, he was accompanied while shopping. Doubel bought several packs of carrots and said, “They cost 89 cents. I don’t care. I don’t pay for them personally. I’ll just take them. The government pays for it.”
Failed music career
According to Gazeta.pl, Doubel almost found a job last year, and it was quite interesting. A “manager” appeared on his way, who allegedly bought all the rights to the “Arno Dubel brand”. He promised the man help at the beginning of his acting career. Ultimately, this project failed, as did attempts to become unemployed in the music market (he even recorded singles, but they did not find recognition in the charts).
A 67-year-old man died at the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf. No details about the cause of death were given. Doubel had health problems for a long time that did not bother him much. Although he had a chronic lung disease, he smoked cigarettes (up to 80 per day) for over 30 years. He was also not averse to drinking.
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