Boss proves a hit for charity
PHIL Moss certainly proved a hit with his staff while raising money for Children in NeedThe 35-year-old manager at distribution company TDG in Stowmarket allowed his staff to punch him 100 times as he undertook a challenge to raise money for charity.
PHIL Moss certainly proved a hit with his staff while raising money for Children in Need
The 35-year-old manager at distribution company TDG in Stowmarket allowed his staff to punch him 100 times as he undertook a challenge to raise money for charity.
Mr Moss took up the challenge to collect £500 for Children in Need.
Rita Ritchie, an accounts administrator, said: "I've waited eight years for this. I am not nervous about hitting him, we just thought it is such a good cause."
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But Mr Moss, who is an instructor in Ipswich in the 5,000-year-old Indonesian discipline of Kixa, was more concerned people might hurt their hands.
Mr Moss, from Combs, said: "We are able to take these blows to the body, I was totally confident and happy to be doing something for charity. I hope this money will help make a difference, it's something I really wanted to support."
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