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Will and Guy applaud a poetic road sweeper who has built up a cult fan club by inscribing daily inspirational messages in the sand at ajother seaside resort in South England.
Steve Fox, 44, carves out his thought for the day in the sand on the pavement at Orcombe Point in the holiday resort of Exmouth, Devon, England.
He has now won a loyal following of about 150 devotees who flock to the seafront every day to see his latest message. Mr Fox, who works for the district council, uses some time during his lunch break to create his motivational messages.
Stella Munn, 61, who walks her dog in the area, said, 'It's absolutely brilliant. So many people talk about it. It's a really nice thing to do when there's so much horrible stuff going on in the world.'
One of Mr Fox's latest messages: "The power of optimism" - was prompted by a passer-by commenting on his sunglasses when he wore them despite a forecast of imminent rain.
Steve Fox, of Exmouth, has previously had seafront visitors cuddling each other with his messages, "give your loved one a hug", and "hug somebody".
When he learned a woman recuperating from an operation used the Orcombe Point parking meters as walking milestones, he left her a personal message "little by little" to reward her progress.
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