Dozens of people were locked up Wednesday at Legal Seafood in Warwick.
Community leaders and business owners surrendered to the MDA police to be locked up for charity.
Money paid to bail them out went right to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Attorney Rob Levine was just one of the people in custody.
“I think that most of the pp that we do business with and most of the pp that we are friends with share the same kind of commitment that I have to the community helping and giving back. So when I ask for help they are willing to help,” said Levine.
We're told the MDA hit its goal of raising $10,000. That money will help send kids to MDA summer camp.