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MARATHON MAN

Panel beater Henry Crumpledick, 52, woke up last week to discover his sense of smell had gone, and fearing he may be infected with the popular virus, called the NHS helpline to book a test.

“I dropped my morning fart on Saturday as I always do, but unusually, I couldn’t smell anything,” he told the “It’s normally quite rank, but I assumed that the lack of smell was due to something I’d eaten the day before.”

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