A Dundee charity worker climbed the tallest mountain in Romania recently wearing a kilt to raise funds for a local boy undergoing treatment for a rare disease.
Jock McInnes, who works in the city and lives in Perthshire, is hoping to top £1,500 in funds after his epic tartan-clad trip.
He’s raised more than £2 million for charities and has taken on some of the most treacherous adventures all in the name of good causes.
The 62-year-old’s latest challenge saw him scale the 2,544m Moldoveanu Peak.
He is raising money for his nephew’s son, Lloyd Penman, 2, who suffers from an extremely rare condition – STXBP1 encephalopathy with epilepsy.
Jock said: “Lloyd is a wonderful lovely little boy and it has been such a hard time for the family.
“It is a very rare disease and the money raised will help. At the moment I am just over the £1,000 mark, with money still to come.”