WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Kilts are being worn at a West Lafayette restaurant in an effort to bring awareness to prostate cancer.
To help the cause, Nine Irish Brothers is having a "Kilted to Kick Cancer" Night to raise money.
Ten percent of sales with be donated to the non-profit organization.
Representative of Kilted to Kick Cancer Kevin Flynn said prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer among men.
Flynn is also a sergeant with the West Lafayette Police Department. In September, Flynn says when he's been off duty, he has only worn a kilt.
"They would all say, 'hey why are you wearing a kilt?'" said Flynn. "It was a great icebreaker I guess you might say for us to go out and say we are trying to raise money awareness for cancer, cause obviously you don't see in the United States a lot of people wearing kilts."
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