Telesales executive Michael Sophocles has been fired by Sir Alan Sugar in the tycoon's hit TV show The Apprentice.
The 24-year-old was given the boot after his Renaissance team were trounced in a supercar rental task.
Rival Lee McQueen and his Team Alpha made over £11,000 by renting cars to London businessmen as a result of their risky decision to offer a Pagani Zonda - which could be rented for a daily charge of £2,700.
Sophocles had been expected to attract plenty of custom with his Ferrari, but lack of direction and naivety about cars let him down and he failed to make a single sale.
In his exit interview with the BBC, Sophocles said he thought his time to be fired had come three weeks previously.
"I was almost like a dead man walking," he said.
"I'd run my course and the five people who are in the final five deserve to be there."
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