A postman has dressed as a "zombie" Elvis Presley and run 17 times around a village in the "world's dullest marathon".
It was the second time Simon Goldsmith has done the run after he "invented" it in 2015 having failed to get a London Marathon place.
Speaking after his five-hour run, Mr Goldsmith said: "It was great.
"Right from the outset about 15 or 20 people ran with me and throughout the day others have joined me."
The run for charity took place in Martlesham Heath, Suffolk.
Mr Goldsmith, 43, who works as a postman in Ipswich, does a "low budget" Elvis tribute act under the name Harry Isaac Presley.
He began his 2015 marathon dressed in full Elvis gear, but eventually stripped down after it "got a bit hot".
This year he upped the ante by running as a zombie version of "the king".
He said his zombie make-up held throughout the 26.2 mile (42.1km) run.
He is raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. He has so far raised more than £700.