THRILL-seekers have been testing out a terrifying fairground ride at a Huddersfield pub - all in the name of charity.
Daredevils rode a reverse bungee ride - called the Ejection Seat - at a fun day at the White Horse pub in Deighton on Saturday and Sunday.
Encased in a spherical cage attached to elastic ropes, fearless fun-seekers were flung 180ft in the air in a series of loops.
First to tackle the ride were White Horse chef Mark Blackburn - dressed as a French maid - and his brother-in-law Gary Hobson, who was dressed as singer Sandy Shaw.
Mark said: "It was scary but the event has gone really well."
Riders who had raised more than £50 in sponsorship got to bungee for free, but others paid £10 to try out the ride.
The money raised will go to the children's kidney unit at St James's Hospital in Leeds.
The fun day, which also included a mini-children's funfair, was organised by the Dr Joe Jaffe Hospital Support Charity.