In Video: Stephen Tall’s (virtually) naked run

This is how you keep a pledge, however hard it might be.

Stephen has also done a Storify thingy of the event and the tweets he received which you can read here.

I must confess, we had assumed that he would be filming this on a Sunday morning when there was nobody about, not a busy Tuesday afternoon. We at LDV have subjected poor Stephen to some ribbing about this, but we are very proud of him and the fact that he’s now raised over £8000 for Medecins sans Frontieres.   It was good to see Kelvin Mackenzie cough up his promised £5000 on today’s programme.

Things to watch out for in the video: the yellow dangly bits and the horse that looked as if it was shaking its head in disapproval.

And if you’ve watched and sniggered, you need to donate. Them’s the rules.

 

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