Dogo achojoa nguo zote alipofika kileleni mlima Kilimanjaro

Will you do anything for charity? 
Even if it means stripping naked in freezing temperatures atop Africa's highest peak?

That's exactly what cheeky Ben Boleyn did when he reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro after enduring treacherous conditions during a nine-day charity climb. Ben said:
'Once I was with the climb group I mentioned it in conversation and it just snowballed after that.
Everyone kept talking about it and one climber bet me 500 Tanzanian shillings, which is about 18p, that I wouldn't do it.
'When we got to the top I had to do it so just thought why not, it was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
'My parents were shocked at first but people seem to have donated more because of it, which is great. It is quite unique.
'I would do it again at other landmarks. I want to go to Machu Picchu next so maybe I will strip there too.'

He added: 
'It was between -10C and -12C but it didn't feel that cold, probably because of the adrenaline and we had just walked for six hours so I was already warm.'

Ben scaled the mountain with seven other climbers after he spent four weeks volunteering at a hospital in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Now that the climb is over, Ben is taking a gap year and hopes to study medicine at a university abroad before training to become a doctor. He recently finished his A-Levels at King Edward VI College in Stourbridge, where he got an A in chemistry, an A in human biology and a B in maths with statistics.