A COUPLE who took over a pub have inherited about 100 pairs of shoes, including a pair owned by comedian Tommy Cooper.
Tim Doolan, 25, and Gemma Davey, 23, have put the comedy legend's giant size 14 shoes on display in the Railway Inn in St Agnes, Cornwall.
Cooper was a frequent drinker at the pub in the 1970s. He is said to have given his shoes to the collection, then walked home in the rain.
The pub also has running shoes once worn by athlete Lillian Board, who won a silver medal at the 1968 Olympic, but who died aged 22 in 1970.