Shelter homeless charity is given sack of severed doll's heads
Shelter has been given a sack of severed doll's heads among its donations.
The charity shops based in Scotland have had a whole host of bizarre items donated by members of the public including; a mummified cat, 40 plastic pigeons, a china doll with a lock of human hair glued under its clothes, dirty underwear and a dominatrix set - complete with several masks, nipple clamps, whips and handcuffs.
Alison Watson, deputy director of Shelter Scotland, said: "Our supporters have donated some wonderful items over the years that have raised funds for our vital work.There are times however when we open the donations sacks and are left flabbergasted by what we find."
The inappropriate donations have got so bad that the charity has now released a list of items that they are accepting and items that are banned.
But it's not all freaky junk - in January the store was given a donation of men's designer clothes worth £5,000 and included Peter Van Holland suits worth £325, Psycho Cowboy shirts retailed at £65 and Orican leather belts worth £65.