Fittleworth charity founder takes to the sky for wing walk

Victoria takes on her terrifying wing walk challenge Picture by Pacificus
Victoria takes on her terrifying wing walk challenge Picture by Pacificus

Despite a serious fear of heights, Fittleworth’s K-9 Angels charity founder, model and columnist Victoria Eisermann was strapped onto a plane and took off for a terrifying 15 minutes wing walk at 1000 feet.

It included zooms and climbs at speeds up to 130mph and passes near to friends and family and she did it all to raise money for the K9 Angels 2017 ‘spay and neuter’ campaign.

A model for 30 years she has swapped her Christian Louboutins for a pair of muddy wellies and is now hands on rescuing and rehoming abused and unwanted dogs“I was absolutely petrified but I just kept thinking about the dogs we can save,” said Victoria.

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