A man who vowed to walk the length of the UK in a pair of speedos has reached the finish line at Land's End in Cornwall.
Mick Cullen, known as Speedo Mick braved the wind, rain and storms Ciara and Dennis after beginning at John O'Groats in Scotland in December.
The 55-year-old has raised more than £330,000 for Leave The Light On - a charity that works with disadvantaged people.
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He suffered a calf injury during the challenge and was advised to rest for a week when he was halfway through his walk.
ITV News caught up with him on a very wet and windy walk from Wells to Glastonbury where he was battling the elements.
Crowds of people joined him at the finish line in Cornwall, to cheer him on and celebrate his epic achievement.
The Liverpudlian and Everton fan is famous for attending football games in just his swimming trunks.
He had previously earned his nickname after fundraising £30,000 swimming the English Channel.
Mick has raised thousands of pounds for various charities over the years and was nominated for a Pride of Britain in 2016.