If you grew up in England, chances are you are familiar with the popular comedy duo. No, not Ant & Dec, we are talking about Yorkshire-born Chuckle Brothers. And, Doncaster was graced with comedy royalty, Paul Chuckle last night as the star heading out on Silver Street bar Biscuit Billys where he posed and chatted with fans.
The 74-year-old visited was in good spirits as he stopped and with fans, after enjoying a meal out in the South Yorkshire town of Doncaster. He posted a picture on his Twitter page writing: “Great night and meal #TheBankDoncaster.”
The restaurant, The Bank opened in the former Yorkshire Bank building on the High Street and Scot Lane, which has been known to be a few stores since the bank closed.
We can only imagine that his catchphrases “to me, to you.”, “Oh, dear Oh, dear”, and many others would have been thrown about. We know we’d like to enjoy a beer with one of Yorkshire’s icons.
Biscuit Billy’s posted to their social channel writing: “Look who’s just walked in our doors”
Last year, Paul Chuckle was left annoyed after he learned of a removal company using his and his late brother Barry’s name and image.
He shared the image on Twitter to show his annoyance writing: “Unbelievable ..disgusting. This should not be allowed when will it stop!! This is obviously nothing to do with us, using our name and faces.”
One star struck Twitter user wrote: “I’m in the same pub as Paul Chuckle”
“He’s making me more nervous than if I bumped into Dua Lipa.”
The 73-year-old’s post raised an interesting question about the use of famous people’s faces etc. For one thing, the Chuckle Brothers weren’t known for getting a job done successfully, making them not the best frontmen for a removal business.