A fish and chip worker from Aylesbury has become an internet sensation due to his unique videos.

Kyle ‘Hollywood’ Hawley, who works at the award-winning Hi-Tide Fish and Chip Shop in Aylesbury, has accumulated 126,000 followers on Tik Tok, by asking his fan base and customers to see what weird and wonderful food combinations they can come up with, before they are deep-fried and eaten by himself.

In his videos, which are only on for a few seconds, Kyle is seen frying blocks of cheese, kebabs, sandwiches, rice, batter, steaks, pizzas, pasties, chicken from KFC along with other items of food.


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The 40-year-old, who celebrates his birthday on September 15, starts off the videos by reading a comment that was submitted to him before saying, ‘let’s go’, which has become his catchphrase.

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The items of the ‘dish’ are then seen on a counter and are then put in the fryer, before Kyle takes it out, has a bite, and then comes up with a pun.

The videos have been watched hundreds of thousands of times on the social media website, with Kyle amassing over two million likes on the account.


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Hi-Tide is run by Kyle’s parents, Lana and Alan Hawley, with the latter being a former professional footballer.

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Hawley spent most of his career with Brentford where he played 343 times for the club, scoring four goals.

He was introduced to the club’s Hall of Fame in 2013.

Kyle’s half-brother, Mark, also works at the fish and chip shop.