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Bondi to Coogee walk: Jesse’s Place to be shut down after neighbours complained to Randwick Council


Sydneysiders have rallied around a 12-year-old boy whose thriving business has been cruelly shut down after grumpy locals complained. 

Touted as Coogee’s ‘youngest retail entrepreneur’, Jesse Lane has been enjoying roaring trade selling cold drinks, insect repellent, dog treats and sunscreen out of a tent outside his home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs to people doing the hugely popular Bondi to Coogee walk.

The 12-year-old started by selling herbs in an ‘honesty box’ about 18 months ago but has since diversified his product range and now even accepts card payments. 

However, this week Randwick Council voted to reject Jesse’s official trading application, after receiving two complaints from neighbours who said he shouldn’t be allowed to use public land to make a profit.

Touted as Coogee's 'youngest retail entrepreneur', Jesse Lane has been enjoying roaring trade selling cold drinks, insect repellent, dog treats and sunscreen out of a tent outside his home in Sydney's eastern suburbs (pictured, a passerby at the popular stall)

Touted as Coogee’s ‘youngest retail entrepreneur’, Jesse Lane has been enjoying roaring trade selling cold drinks, insect repellent, dog treats and sunscreen out of a tent outside his home in Sydney’s eastern…



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