A group of local men have become overnight celebrities after putting on a jaw-dropping Full Monty performance.

A joiner, accountant, engineer, electrician, two mechanics and a two local businessmen gave up their free time to create a special performance for charity.

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Airdrie duo Janice Bell and Christine White came up with the idea of an Airdrie-style Full Monty to raise money for the Lanarkshire Beatson and Macmillan Cancer Care.

The charities are especially close to the women's hearts having lost families members and friend, Cammy Duncan, ex Ayr-United footballer to cancer.

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Thanks to the help of Yvonne Wright from Yvonne Wright School of Dancing, the once inexperienced dance troupe were able to put on a show that had hundreds of women weak at the knees.

The event at the Tudor Hotel raised a total of £9,000 for the chosen charities.

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