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GUTSY Stourbridge meningitis survivor Robert Parsons has completed a 10K charity walk in aid of two causes close to his heart.Robert, who had to have his arms and legs amputated after he was struck down with the deadly disease at the age of just 18, completed Bionic Bob's 10K Walk on Sunday (July 17) in style, accompanied by former Mayor and Mayoress of Dudley - Councillor Steve Waltho and his wife Jayne.“Hey, what goes around comes around,” joked the easy-going Majors, who starred in eight television series — three of them big hits — and always looked so serene as he ran in slow motion through 1970s pop culture.
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The 34-year-old from Norton had organised the event to help gives charities Meningitis Now and Stourbridge's Mary Stevens Hospice a boost - and to show his supporters how far he's come since his life was changed forever 16 years ago.
So far, his brave efforts look to have raised more than £1,500 - with donations still coming in.
He said: "It was quite hard going at the end with the heat, but we made it." Anyone wishing to boost Rob's sponsorship total further can make a donation online at Parsons As well as taking on the walk challenge, Rob has also been learning to run in new carbon fibre prosthetic legs - inspired by Paralympic athlete Richard Whitehead.Almost 40 years ago, when he was considering the starring role in a television movie about a “bionic man,” Lee Majors had one major worry: “The big hits at the time were, like, Batman, you know how campy was,” Majors recalled.