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Harry Redknapp Is Giving Away Jam Roly-Polys To Homeless People In Bournemouth

Harry Redknapp Is Giving Away Jam Roly-Polys To Homeless People In Bournemouth

Harry Redknapp has revealed that he will be giving away all of the jam roly-polys he has received after winning I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! to homeless people in Bournemouth.

The 71-year-old English manager is a big fan of the British pudding and he wasn't afraid to share his love for them on ITV's hit reality show.

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The former Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth manager lost 9kg (1.4st) during the three weeks he spent in Australia.

However, Redknapp doesn't plan to eat the roly-poly presents he has received and is rather giving them to the homeless.

"We've got half a hundredweight here been sent by different people," he said. "Everybody's sending me jam roly-poly puddings.

"Hopefully, [my wife] Sandra will be able to cook some... for the guys and girls who are homeless on the streets of Bournemouth -- they'll enjoy that with some custard."

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Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Claire Matthews, the founder of Hope for Food, told the BBC that Redknapp has been very supportive of their cause.

"He's just Harry -- the amount of help he gives us a massive boost to our work -- he'll do anything to help," she said.

What a legend!

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Earlier this month, Redknapp beat John Barrowman and Emily Atack to win I'm A Celebrity.

The former Bournemouth and West Ham United boss was first announced as a contestant for the show in October and quickly became a fan-favourite choice for the public.






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Featured Image Credit: Asda Good Living/ITV

Topics: Football, Harry Redknapp, Football News, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!, Tottenham Hotspur, bournemouth, ITV, I'm A Celebrity

Adnan Riaz

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