A Perth paramedic has munched through pig snouts and eyeballs in a bushtucker trial that raised more than £1,000 for charity.
Neil McDonald, 43, polished off the nauseating spread of insects and other unmentionables with a glass of beer to raise money for the Scottish Association for Mental Health.
Neil, manager of the Scottish Ambulance Special Operations Response Team in the east of Scotland, has set himself a list of challenges for 2015 to get fit and help raise money for the charity.
The veteran T in the Park medic, from Cherrybank, has promised to do a firewalk, a solo cycle round Loch Katrine, a bungee jump off the Tummel Bridge and a swim across Loch Tay.
After taking part in Movember and completing the Battersea Park 6k Santa Run, Neil’s third challenge, the firewalk, was cancelled by organisers.
However, brave Neil told supporters he would do an I’m a Celebrity-style bustucker trial instead.
He said: “I have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity shown, both financially and morally.”
To support Neil’s fundraising visit www.justgiving.com/NellyMcD/.