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Eric Bana Donates Iconic Pants From Chopper To Bushfire Relief Auction

Written by Laura English on January 10, 2020

Aussie icon, Eric Bana is donating the pants he wore on-screen in 2000 hit movie, Chopper to the Bushfire Relief Auction.

The Eric Bana memorabilia will raise money through Lloyds Auctions Bushfire Relief Charity Auction. The pants will come framed alongside a letter of authenticity signed by the Chopper star.

A signed copy of Jimmy Barnes’ Working Class Man and a signed electric guitar from Bon Jovi are also available in the same auction.

Aussie sport stars have donated to the cause too. Shane Warne and Jeff Thompson have both donated their Baggy Greens to the cause with Dayne Beams contributing his 2010 premiership medal.

Lloyds CEO, Lee Hames says, “The amount of support from the public, companies and also celebrities has been astounding and we are very grateful that we can assist to provide funds for people who have been affected by this terrible bushfire tragedy.”

“We are very excited to have in our possession a framed pair of jeans worn by Australian actor, Eric Bana, in the 2000 movie hit Chopper, with bidding now live on our website.

“100% of funds raised through these series of auctions will be donated to the rural fire services as well as nominated charities, so we encourage anyone in a position to make a bid to do so, and help support these fellow Australians who are currently in need.”

You can go bid now.

Donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery here.

Donate to Fire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities here.

Donate to the NSW Rural Fire Services here.

Donate to QLD Fire & Rescue here.

Donate to the Country Fire Association of Victoria here.

Donate to the South Australian Country Fire Service here.

Donate to WIRES here and the RSPCA Relief here.

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