Finance worker, 22, forks out £240 for Waitrose shop leaving people baffled

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The Londoner told his 150,000 TikTok followers how he splashed out on a £233 gym and club membership and £330 on travel including a trip to Sweden

A young city worker has left others amazed after revealing his spending habits burning through almost £3,000 in a single month.

Miles, 22, spent £2,648 in February including £500 on eating out and £362 on “getting lit with friends.”

The Londoner told his 150,000 TikTok followers how he splashed out on a £233 gym and club membership and £330 on travel including a trip to Sweden.

He posted a 25 second clip of him working out at the gym and swimming at an indoor pool. He also walked through Piccadilly Circus. He also served up healthy meals.

He told how he also spent £240 on Waitrose food, £176 on additional shopping, and £60 on haircuts.

Miles captioned Miles TikTok Video “left behind my daddy’s money era and officially in my finance bro era,”Reports My London.

Viewers were amazed at the money diary with some baffled by his luxury treats while others were impressed by his £750 monthly rent outgoings for a pad in central London.

“Pahahaha who does this?”One person said it.

“200 quid a month on gym,”Another comment was followed immediately by shocked emojis.

“Save money man,”The third one was also said.

Another question was: “Hey man I was just wondering how you have time to do all of that stuff whilst working in finance. Maybe you could make a vid on work life balance?”

When asked how his gym membership could come to over £200 a month, Miles explained how he has two memberships.

“One is £25 and the other is a members’ club which also has a gym in it and is pricier,”He concluded.

One viewer asked if the father of a finance worker would have been successful in launching his career without the support of his parents.

“My parents don’t work in finance nor have any links. I got my job through having two degrees and relevant experience,”He replied.

Some people were skeptical about Miles’ monthly expenditures, but others were not surprised at his spending given his current location.

“This is actually decent for London before anyone starts on the fella,”One person said it.

“Tbh that’s not bad, I thought this was about to be really pretentious. Pleasantly surprised,”Another person may be added.

One person commented on Miles’ rent: “I just want to know where you are getting £750 rent in London.”

The finance worker explained how he paid the mortgage for his flat, which he shares with his brother in Zone 1 of central London.