Cambridgeshire County Council leader wears his onesie for Children In Need
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Onesie fashion spread to the leader of Cambridgeshire County Council who sported a rock pyjama look for a radio interview - but he refused to keep it on for a high powered leaders meeting later in the day.
Martin Curtis got into the spirit of Children In Need by wearing his onesie, that paid homage to seventies rock band Kiss, during a BBC radio Cambridgeshire breakfast interview.
Presenter Paul Stainton and two colleagues offered to donate a total of £30 to Children In Need if Mr Curtis wore the get-up to an East of England leaders meeting in the afternoon.
Mr Curtis, however, refused saying he would rather give the money himself and leave the onesie at home.
Mr Curtis appeared on the breakfast show where he said: “People who know me, know I’m a big, big, fan of rock music in particular Kiss.
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“This isn’t just for Children In Need, this is something I have all the time!”
He added that although he was happy to wear it on thr radio show he wouldn’t leave it on for the rest of the day.
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“I’m not keeping it on!” he insisted.