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Chauffeur Sells Socks Left in Limo to Aid Charity

LCT Staff
Posted on January 5, 2005

WREXHAM, WALES – Unwashed socks belonging to rock star Bryan Adams, which were left on the back seat of his limousine after a concert, have raised 551 pounds (about $1,050) for charity.

Chauffeur Ray Squire, 32, sold the black Armani socks online on eBay when he found them after the Canadian singer's gig in Wales.

Squire said the money will be used to benefit cancer sufferers at the Nightingale House hospice in Wrexham.

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