American born inventor of the EZ-Arnold range of kitchen products, an array of devices designed to overcome common kitchen problems such as unopenable bottles, leaking teabags, and purple toast. Initially rising to fame on the Home Shopping Network, Arnold boasted that with the use of his EZ-Arnold devices he could prepare and cook a five-course meal in under 7 minutes, claiming he never left home without them. Tragedy struck on a self-catering holiday in rural France when Arnold’s luggage was lost and he was forced to survive for an entire week without the use of his user-friendly kitchen gizmos. He was found in his cottage two weeks later, having died of malnutrition on the kitchen floor while attempting to prise open a can of beans with a plastic fork, and missing several small body parts in apparently separate stove and blender accidents.