A charity event, which aims to raise awareness of autism, is asking all participants to go the extra mile and find a great pair of fun socks
to wear on the organised walk.
According to the Portsmouth News, the Hampshire Autistic Society has organised Sock it to Autism, an event which will see people putting on brightly coloured silly socks
to raise money and awareness of the condition in the area.
Talking about the get-together in June, events fundraiser for Hampshire Autistic Society Gemma Harvey said: "We are hoping for good weather and a great turn out.
"There will be a prize for the silliest socks, so make them as crazy as possible!"
One person not suiting fun socks
this week was Sylvia Rogers, a fraudster who turned up to her court hearing wearing a pair declaring "show me the money".
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