SUPERSTAR DJ Fatboy Slim has got in the mix at a Swindon Oxfam store by donating a signed T-shirt and photo.
The dance music giant showed his caring side by acting on a message left by shop manager Becs Croce on his website.
The presentation, which has gone on sale for £200 at the Regent Street branch, has been turning heads since going in the window on Monday.
Fan Becs, 38, left the message on fatboyslim.net in October, a few weeks before he appeared at the Oasis Leisure Centre in Swindon.
“When we received the signed T-shirt and picture I was over the moon.”
- Fan Becs
She said: “He does a lot of work for Oxfam and had a gig in Swindon so I wrote and asked him if he would donate anything, as I thought it would tie in nicely.
“When we received the signed T-shirt and picture I was over the moon, I was jumping around and I think there were a few squeals.
“I had it looked at by the Autograph store, in the Brunel Centre, and a valuations team before we turned it into a presentation.
“It looks so good I want to buy it myself, and I can only be hugely thankful and grateful that we have some brilliant people who support the charity.”
The presentation includes a black T-shirt signed by the multi-million selling DJ, real name Norman Cook, above a photograph also bearing his signature.
The items were sent through the post after Becs left a message on the ‘Ask Norman’ page of his website.
The superstar followed up on his Twitter feed by sharing Bec’s tweets about the donation with his followers.
She said: “I don’t want to sound like a stalker, but I think he’s great. I’m a massive fan.
“We are very lucky that he sent us the donations, I’m chuffed.”
Cook, 48, played in a packed-out Oxfam shop last year as part of his involvement with the charity, saying he wanted to help fight poverty.
The event at a branch in Dalston, East London, was held to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Oxjam festival.
He said at the time: “The reason I’ve been involved with Oxjam in previous years is that, as well as being one of the highlights of my DJing calendar.
“I see it as the best way for people to use their love of music to help a really worthwhile charity like Oxfam.”