Poofs, a piano, and pots of pounds

By Andy Lynes

- Last updated on GMT

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It’s a brave man who dresses in a kilt to meet four flirtatious gay men, but Samim Lidstone couldn’t help himself.

The sales executive at the Glasgow Radisson SAS gave the Jonathan Ross show band, Four Poofs and a Piano, a feast for the eyes as he served them champagne while wearing
traditional Scots garb.

The camp musicians were at the Radisson SAS for a sell-out Scottish Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) lunch, which raised a whopping £46,450.

The money will be used to help young people enter the industry, and for career development for those already working in hospitality.

David Cochrane, chief executive of HIT, said: “We nearly doubled last year’s event total and it was great to see people being so generous.”

To book tickets for forthcoming Hospitality Industry Trust events, including a James Bond-themed dinner in Aberdeen on 11 October, visit www.hitscotland.org​.

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