Khan to donate golden shorts to help Pakistani massacre school


LONDON: British boxer Amir Khan plans to donate a £30,000 ($46,973) pair of shorts to help rebuild the Pakistan army-run school where 141 people were killed by the Taliban. Khan, who is of Pakistani heritage, wore the flamboyant shorts including a waistband made BRIEFS-khanfrom 24-carat gold threading when he successfully defended his WBC welterweight title against Devon Alexander in Las Vegas last weekend. The 28-year-old became a father in May when his daughter Lamysa was born and he was keen to do something to help following the tragic events in Peshawar which saw 132 children plus nine members of staff killed in the attack.


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