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Silentnight on hunt for Scotland's loudest snorers for dream job opportunity

After years and years of complaining from your other half and the folk you live with - it’s finally time to put that snoring to good use.

Silentnight is on the hunt for five of the loudest snorers in the UK to test its range of sleep products.

The lucky ones chosen for the difficult task will be paid £300 plus a sleep bundle which is worth £700.

Included in the bundle is king size rolled mattress from Studio by Silentnight, anti snore pillows and a So Snug 13.5 tog winter duvet.

Studies carried out by the bed company found that one in four people are kept awake by their partner’s snoring every night.

One in ten people in the UK actually wake themselves up with their own snoring.

Silentnight's Kat Collins said: “As the UK’s most trusted sleep brand, we think it’s important to celebrate all types of sleepers and so are giving back to snorers across the country with an exciting new role this year.

"But, this is official business and we’re looking for applicants who take their sleep seriously!

"As part of our mission to change how people sleep for the better, we know that customers’ feedback on our products is fundamental to our future launches so can’t wait to hear our new ‘employees’ thoughts.”

To apply for the dream job, Scots must apply on the Silentnight website.

There is also a chance for a bonus entry, by applying through the Silentnight Facebook and Instagram pages.

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