An Argos worker became a charity sensation after replicating MoneySuperMarket’s strut to Pussycat Dolls’ Don’t Cha in suspenders, heels and hot pants.
The video of 19 year old Connor Doran has racked up nearly 250,000 views on Facebook after his dance was filmed by a passer-by in Accrington, Lancashire.
The stunt raised £1,000 as part of a series of events and activities for cancer charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Co-organiser Mike Brome joined Connor in hot pants and heels.
“The MoneySupermarket advert is such a popular one and everybody seems to be copying it,” he told the Accrington Observer.
“I just thought it will cheer people up and give them something to talk about. We had the pants specially made and it was a good laugh.”
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