Great story!! Leave it to the Irish to come up with this. And I love that accent

Simon Stenson, 38, of County Mayo, Ireland, found himself back in his hometown when the collapse of his country's construction bubble left him jobless, IrishCentral reports. He spent two years on welfare before his wife, in an attempt to cheer him up, bought Stenson a voucher for a cooking class and inspired him to open a bakery. Now his artisanal shop, Cherry Blossom Bakery, will soon employ 30 people, allowing the "million dollar" Stenson a way of helping others who've been devastated by the collapse of Ireland's once booming economy.
Simon Stenson, Laid Off Irish Construction Worker, Employs Fellow Jobless By Opening Bakery