Town players get their kit off for fans.
But it was all for a good cause.
Phil Senior, Andy Holdsworth and Mark Hudson were at Bar Restaurant 1535 on Queen Street South, modelling clothes from store E21 to help raise money for the Chris Scrivener Appeal.
Fifteen-year-old Chris, of Brighouse, suffers from Leber's optic atrophy, an eye condition which gradually causes blindness.
The money will contribute to the continued rental of a special box at the Galpharm Stadium, so Chris and other partially sighted soccer fans can follow Town's fortunes.
The event's organiser, Sally Willis, a final year marketing student at Huddersfield University, said before the event: "We have all put a lot of work into our course and are looking forward to having a successful fundraising event, as well as gaining marks towards our degree.
"Our team includes two overseas students and the president of the university football team.
"So we came up with this idea, as a way of engaging all our team in ways that we could all contribute to a successful event."
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Mar 16, 2006|
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