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Dirty Harry: One Direction star’s unwashed shirt nets $4K

Dirty Harry: One Direction star’s unwashed shirt nets $4K

DIRTY HARRY: Harry Styles' unwashed shirt nets thousands. Photo: Associated Press

An unwashed Burberry shirt worn by pop star Harry Styles has fetched $4,845 at a charity auction.

The $293 leopard-print top, which the One Direction hitmaker wore while attending Burberry’s presentation during London Fashion Week in September, was sold off to a Texas businessman to raise cash for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

The funds will be donated to Hardlyeverwornit.com and will benefit poverty-stricken women and children in more than 190 countries.

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