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Vegetarian Extraordinaire Paul McCartney Auctions Off Guitar For Charity

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Good news for all those Beatle lovers out there! A handmade guitar owned by Sir Paul McCartney — aka the most tubular dude ever — was auctioned off at ActionAid’s Call My Wine Bluff event in London on Tuesday, November 25th. 

Established in 1972, ActionAid reaches over 13 million of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world and helps them fight for and gain their rights to food, shelter, work, education, and healthcare. Kinda fantastic, right?

The Call My Wine Bluff event is based on the classic TV game show, Call my Bluff, and involves celebrity guests like Emma Thompson, David Mitchell, Sue Perkins, Hugh Dennis and many more – all of whom try to trick guests into believing a story behind the wines they were tasting.

Although a final figure from the event and auction has yet to be released, we’re sure they’re going to make total bank!  To find out more about this great charity, visit ActionAid.Org.Uk!

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