Five-year-old vows to keep his honesty shop open after thieves steal supplies and money

  • Video report by ITV News Reporter Stacey Foster

The harsh realities of business can be a bitter pill to swallow - particularly when you happen to be five. 

Ask Harry Clare - who has a tiny stall outside his family's farm in Worcestershire. 

Customers usually pay into an honesty box for his goods but some not-so-honest passers-by took it and his entire stock. 

Harry's story caused a storm and people from all over the world offered their support, after Rosy Clare, Harry's mum, shared it on social media.

Despite the ordeal the five-year-old has vowed to keep trading.