HDS channel guru Hughes gets his kit off for Prostate Cancer

Channel veteran Mark Hughes is following in the footsteps of the Calendar Girls by getting his kit off for charity, to be exact a very worthy Prostate Cancer Charity that funds research and helps people affected by the illness. The HDS partner development manager - a former IBM and BT Engage IT exec

Mark Hughes with football.JPGChannel veteran Mark Hughes is following in the footsteps of the Calendar Girls by getting his kit off for charity, to be exact a very worthy Prostate Cancer Charity that funds research and helps people affected by the illness.

The HDS partner development manager - a former IBM and BT Engage IT exec - is one of 12 men from different walks of life to bare all for a calendar which goes on sale for Christmas.

For some reason Hughes is Mr July and is photographed with a strategically-placed football preserving his dignity, if that is possible, even though the season will be long over by then. Perhaps a cricket tennis ball would be more appropriate?

For those keen to support Mark's gratuitous act of nudity, please email markhughes2@hotmail.co.uk.

The calendar costs £11 including post and packaging with £10 going direct to the charity, which is sponsored by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, who thankfully kept his kit on.

This was last published in November 2010

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