A brother is set to perform a famous striptease routine in a pub to help raise £100,000 for his sister’s brain tumour treatment.

Dean Kemp, who lives in Hemel Hempstead, is performing the classic Full Monty routine alongside four of his friends at the Hammer in Hand Pub, in Ganders Ash, Garston, on Friday, December 15.

The 49-year-old has been taught the dance in just two weeks at the Katie at Kreative Dance Academy, in Hemel Hempstead.

He has a £100,000 target for Neuro TTF treatment to help his sister Mel, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour on the right side of her brain in June.

Mr Kemp says it is the only treatment to save the mother of three’s life and is not available on the NHS.

He explained: “On the 9 June 2017, after suffering 6 weeks of headaches and numerous appointments at her local GP, our world took a dramatic turn when we were faced with the heart breaking news that Mel had a brain tumour on the right side of her brain. The very next day she was rushed into hospital where she underwent 5 hours of emergency brain surgery, with the very real possibility and devastating news that she may not even survive this major surgery.

“Although this was lifesaving at the time, they were only able to remove 85 per cent of the tumour due to the severity of it and the fact that the tumour had already started attacking her brain.

“Just days after the operation, Mel's world was rocked once again, when she was given the heart-breaking and devastating news that she has a Grade IV Glioblastoma Multiforme Brain Tumour which is extremely aggressive.

“Mel is currently undertaking nine months of chemo and radiotherapy, which, although this extensive treatment is painful and aggressive, unfortunately the tumour is still growing and all this treatment is doing is slowing down the inevitable, which is sadly, the loss of Mel’s life.”

Mr Kemp had the idea for his performance after previously doing an Elvis tribute night to raise money.

He said: “During an Elvis tribute night, I said to my family in jest that I would get some friends together and do a Full Monty tribute night for one night only.

“However, we are now in the process of planning four more nights of shows as well.

“I wanted to do it because we are in a situation that without your help, the future is very uncertain for Mel. Any help you can give whether it’s with fundraising or a donation will go towards helping to save her life.”

Tickets for Mr Kemp’s show can be bought from The Hammer in Hand pub.

To help Mel with her treatment, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/helpmelgetwellagain or https://dkemp1429.wixsite.com/helpmelgetwell