A PUB quiz with a difference is leaving drinkers hot under the collar.
Busty landlady Tracey Mallinson wants regulars to guess the size of her ample chest.
And she has hung up one of her bras in the taproom as part of the charity fund- raising.
"I've always had a big chest. It has been a big issue with men since I started working in pubs," said Tracey, 37.
"I used to tell one customer to talk to my eyes rather than my chest when I was working behind the bar. But my husband's not bothered. He's very easy-going."
Tracey and Graeme have run The George in Denby Lane, Upper Denby, for two years.
They are raising money for Martin House children's hospice at Boston Spa, near Wetherby.
Debbie and Paul Booth who work in the bar on Wednesday evenings, have a daughter, Bethany, seven, who has cerebral palsy.
The family, including three- year-old Daniel, often spend time at Martin House with Bethany.
Regulars are paying £1 a time to guess Tracey's chest size - with a five-hour free drinking session as first prize.
The pub is also hosting a weekend's fundraising next Saturday and Sunday.
It will include a coffee morning, a painting exhibition and car boot sale - all raising cash for the hospice.