Daniel Aitken's two week old business in Brighton blossomed out of a joke with his parents.

Now the 26-year-old can "see the potential already" as it's a gap in the market.

And he's already cleaned six people's homes in one week.

Daniel insists he doesn't ever feel awkward wearing nothing but a pair of marigold gloves because he chats with his customers who are both men and women.

He said: "I'm aware it's a pretty random job but I saw a gap in the market and thought I would jump at the opportunity.

"I only started my naked cleaning business two weeks ago but I can already see the potential as I've already been so busy.

"I'm quite confident and so far my clientele have been a mixture of men and women who are mostly middle aged."

Daniel – who cleans in the buff after stripping down in the customers home – hopes his new business will go from strength to strength.

He added: "I just turn up to their house with a bottle of flash, dust pan and brush, take my clothes off and start my shift.

"I don't mind putting myself out there, I am sure it is nothing they haven't seen before.

"So far all my customers have ensured they are home and have tended to follow me from room to room whilst we chat and clean, I am very good at multi-tasking.

"My friends think it is hilarious but I remain professional and ensure their house is spotless when I leave."

Daniel is also a touch therapist – which involves cuddling strangers for up to £45 per hour – an additional service he adds onto his cleaning.

He added: "The aim of professional cuddling is to give companionship, this I do fully clothed.

"It is a mixture of men and women who buy these services, I have learnt a lot about Brexit when cuddling older men.

"If you go without human touch for a while, you can feel isolated so sometimes I just meet my clients in a cafe.

"My dream is to build my own house in the future and I am willing to do whatever it takes – within reason – to achieve it."

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