VIDEO: Comedian officially opens pub toilet

Comedian and actor Kevin Bishop has officially opened a pub toilet.

Sunday, 22nd April 2018, 3:27 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 1:42 am
Brooksteed Alehouse owner Aaron Burns with comedian Kevin Bishop. Picture: Elaine Hammond
Brooksteed Alehouse owner Aaron Burns with comedian Kevin Bishop. Picture: Elaine Hammond

Kevin, who appeared in the remake of Porridge on BBC One last year, laughed heartily as customers watched him declare the toilet open.

The outside men's urinal was built at the back of the Brooksteed Alehouse, in South Farm Road, Worthing, to ease the burden on the single inside toilet.

Owner Aaron Burns said: "Actor, comedian and global sensation, and fresh from London's glittering West End, Kevin Bishop agreed to officially open our new outside men's loo.

Brooksteed Alehouse owner Aaron Burns with comedian Kevin Bishop. Picture: Elaine Hammond

"Kevin is a regular here and we asked him to cut the ribbon as a bit of fun."

This afternoon's opening ceremony coincided with the first of the monthly Sunday pop-up street food events, this time featuring BoxTrot.

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