SOUTHAMPTON Airport staff have become the latest victims of the charity ice bucket dumping craze sweeping the planet.
They received a nomination from Inghams to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Members of the operations and fire service joined support staff to be doused a bucket of freezing ice water over their heads, joining millions of others including Tom Cruise, Will Smith and George W. Bush - and the Daily Echo's Michael Carr - which can be viewed here.
The bone shivering stunt is to raise funds and awareness for a condition known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
After donating the team decided to nominate local football club Southampton FC, their colleagues at Bournemouth Airport and locally born Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills.
Southampton Airport staff are the latest to take on the ice bucket challenge
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