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Die-hard Scotland fan set to miss Euro 2024 opener locked in dark German cell

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A die-hard Scotland fan is set to miss the opening two matches of Euro 2024 holed up in a dark German cell.Steve Davie will spend seven days completely alone in total darkness from June 13 as he raises cash for a mental health charity.

The 51-year-old, from Port Seton in East Lothian, will be locked in a 10-metre square room with only the bare essentials.Steve - who travels to watch the Tartan Army both home and away - will miss the clashes against both Germany and Switzerland as he raises funds for Enter Holistic Healing.

The mental health charity was set up by himself and five friends who have all "had their own struggles" - and they're now looking to give something back through approaches like sound healing, breath work and meditation.Steve said: "I have had my own share of darkness in relation to my mental health, and I believe I'll be able to take on this challenge because of the tools I've learned over the last few years to support my own wellbeing, and to overcome many of my demons.“By entering this seven-day darkness - the longest time I’ve ever spent alone - I hope to raise funds and awareness to support others struggling with their mental health and help reassure them that there is light out there for them too.

But I believe all of us have to learn to understand and love our own darkness in order to fully experience the light."Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Daily Record team.All you have to do is click here if you're on mobile, select 'Join Community' and you're in!If you're on a

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