VIDEO: Two Peterborough men, one charity, baked beans and an electric shock machine

Cees Bennett, left, and Justin Stubbs, taking part in the challenge for  Peterborough Cats Protection
Cees Bennett, left, and Justin Stubbs, taking part in the challenge for Peterborough Cats Protection
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Electric shocks, baked beans and a whole lot of laughter - it’s all in a days work for the team at Vets4Pets Peterborough and the local RSPCA.

Cees Bennett of Vets4Pets teamed up with RSPCA inspector Justin Stubbs for a unique fundraising challenge to mark the 30th anniversary of Peterborough Cats Protection.

The idea, to consume 30 cups of water and baked beans while attached to a TENS machine, which administers electric shocks to the duos’ arms.

Cees had previously participated in a similar challenge while playing rugby, but Justin came up with the curve ball of adding baked beans to the fun.

Raring and ready to go, the challenge took place last Thursday at the Vets4Pets practice in Dogsthorpe, overseen by RSPCA Animal Welfare Officer Kathy Hornig, who was on hand to administer the electric shocks...much to her delight.

The madcap challenge has already raised more than £250 for Peterborough Cats Protection but the team hope to reach the £400 mark.

Who won the day? Watch the video to find out...

Donate to Cees, Justin and Cat Protection.