FIND OUT ONLY IN YOUR ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I’M A CAN -ORAK!
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN 20 CRIMINAL GYPSIES FIND OUT YOU’RE AN UNDERCOVER COP?
DON’T take a pop at this bloke for his hobby – he’s got the world’s biggest collection of different Coca Cola cans.
Sweet-toothed Davide Andreani, 39, has more than 10,000 cans and he’s been seeking out unusual designs for the global soft drink since he was a child.
His collection – 70% of which are unopened – includes designs from almost every country – except Cuba and North Korea where Coke is not sold.
Davide even has editions never sold to the general public including one created in Milton Keynes in 1986 for the opening of ‘the world’s fastest soft drink canning line’ which produced 2,000 a minute.
Davide, from Pesaro, Italy, said: “I started to collecting them when I was young. My father would come back from a business trips and give me the small 150ml cans from the aeroplane.
“In 1990 I had a few hundred coke cans, now with the internet I have around 10,000.”
He added: “The most valuable cans are gold cans produced form the factories for special openings or anniversaries.
“In the can world, the rarest gold cans can be sold for between £400 and £500.”