Published: 22:00, 03 December 2014
Buying a skeleton made of paper proved to be the downfall of Kent's Apprentice candidate Felipe Alviar-Baquero.
The lawyer, who runs Tiny Town children's play area in Larkfield faced the finger-point from Lord Alan Sugar and was told 'You're Fired,' in tonight's episode.
Tasked with negotiating the best prices for 10 items the two teams set off across London.
Items included loose diamonds, a Bristol sink, scallops and an anatomical skeleton, a minimum of 150cm tall.
And it was the skeleton that proved the undoing of Felipe, whose wife works at Medway Maritime Hospital.
Desperate to spend as little as possible, he brought in a lead of a shop selling a flatpack, paper model.
Back in the boadroom it appeared his team - Tenacity - had done well by getting all the products and only and only spending £399.59, compared to £644.97 by Team Summit.
But just when it looked like Summit was safe, Lord Sugar fined them£310 claiming the skeleton in a box was not what he asked for.
It handed victory to the other team.
Speaking about the skeleton, Lord Sugar said: "It looks like its been run over by a steam roller - are you having a laugh?"
Tenacity team leader Daniel Lassman brought back Felipe and Katie Bulmer-Cooke.
As the finger-point went in Felipe's direction, Lord Sugar told him: "This particular task was a kind of attempt to prove to me a tactical piece of genius - it was a mixture of what you think you are - a lawyer and an entrepreneur.
"In my opinion you made too much of an error in trying to be too much of a smart person. Judge Sugar said it failed, the Supreme Court Judge Sugar said it failed. You're fired."
Speaking to the Kent Messenger on the events of the show, Felipe said: "I still maintain the skeleton met all the specifications and the description never said what materials it had to be made of. We fought in the boardroom for a long time and I said this is an honest mistake.
"It was a risky strategy and you never know how he is going to react."
He revealed that had he won the show, his business idea would have involved expanding on Tiny Town, an indoor play area for children with a series of similar ventures across the UK, looking at providing space for youngsters to interact and facilities for disabled children.
During the week Felipe's legal career sees him negotiate project finance for big infrastructure schemes or for banks.
But at the weekend, he revealed he rolls his sleeves up at Tiny Town.
"If a child is sick on me, I clean it up, if a toilet needs unblocking, I'll do it," he added. "And that is how I want to set by example."