More than £1,200 was raised for charity when the Red Lion Pub in Isleworth held a naughty adults-only pantomine over the weekend.
Locals and customers gathered at the Red Lion Pub, in Linkfield Road, as a cast to put on two performances of show inspired by panto classic Dick Whittington, cheekily called Whip Dickington.
Beverley Turnage, the pub's entertainment manager, said: "The £5 tickets were sold out in advance of the show, which is great. We also had a scene with slave boys and girls who we later auctioned off to the highest bidder, who got to have a picture taken with the slave of their choice, it was great fun."
The money raised will go to charity Whizz Kids, which provides wheelchairs for disabled children, and the Isleworth Scouts, which had two leaders performing in the play.
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