A TEACHER will take on the London Marathon dressed as Hulk Hogan to help children with cancer.

Twenty-seven-year-old Scott Bramall from Penistone aims to take his charity fundraising past the £10,000 mark when he completes the race for a second successive year on Sunday April 21.

PE teacher Scott, who teaches at Barnsley Academy in Kendray, will be raising money for Children with Cancer UK.

"I chose Hulk Hogan because I work with children and it's something for them to recognise or try and spot me," Scott said.

"I chose this charity because I've family members who've had cancer and because I work with children. It's putting the two together."

Scott has plenty of experience of long-distance races having completed the marathon last year on top of seven Great North Runs.

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