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Charity campaign launched to see Simon Whale as ‘servant for a day’

Kerfuffle founder Simon Whale may have thought becoming a servant for the day as part of a charity auction would have been easy, but he didn’t bank on Russell Quirk becoming the winner.

Whale auctioned himself as part of a Do It For Dom fundraiser during the summer, and eMoov founder turned PR guru Quirk won the opportunity to make him a servant for the day with a £700 bid.

Rather than this just being a sponsored Gin & Tonic session in a pub somewhere, Quirk suggested a comedic day of humiliation that Matt and Chris at Property Video Services agreed to document on film.

A trailer has been released – view below- to preview their antics but Quirk is hoping to raise £1,000 to unveil the full release.

More than £200 has been raised so far on the JustGiving page.

Find out more and donate: https://www.justgiving.com/page/russell-quirk-do-it-for-dom-servant-for-the-day-simon-whale


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