Extreme sportsmen dress as Sir Jimmy Savile for stunts

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Stunt rider Danny MacAskill as Sir Jimmy Savile. Pic: Outdoor Capital of UK
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Stunt rider Danny MacAskill dressed as Sir Jimmy Savile

Some of Scotland's leading extreme sportsmen have been impersonating veteran broadcaster Sir Jimmy Savile to promote a Highlands town.

In a video for Fort William community company, Outdoor Capital of UK, the five are seen performing stunts on a bike, canoe, skis and ice climbing.

They include Edinburgh-based Danny MacAskill and mountaineer Mike Pescod.

Sir Jimmy, a regular visitor to the Highlands, introduces each of the clips.

Others in the film, which has been upload on the website YouTube, are cyclist and cross-country runner David 'Spook' Munro, skier Joe Barnes and canoeist Callum Anderson.

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