A pair of Aberdeen barbers raised more than £2,600 for charity by cutting hair for 24 hours straight at the weekend.
From 7am on Saturday to 7am on Sunday, Mark Reilly and Ruairi Mackinnon of Hometown Barbers offered haircuts in exchange for donations.
They will help Crohn’s and Colitis UK, which aids people with inflammatory bowel disease and funds research.
By the end of their challenge yesterday they had generated £2,670 for the charity, and hope to raise even more by taking part in the London Marathon next year.
The duo decided to back Crohn’s and Colitis UK after being inspired by one of their clients, a Crohn’s disease patient who runs marathons.
Mr Reilly said: “We cannot thank everyone enough for their generosity.”