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Asda stunt web pals swoop in new prank.

Byline: Chloe Glover News Reporter

HUDDERSFIELD internet sensations have teamed up to leave shoppers gobsmacked once again at a busy supermarket.

Tish, who is best known for her short videos filled with catch phrases like "Get out me car," joined forces with Speedo Shy and Discoboy in a new Asda prank.

She and the underpants-only wearing duo burst into the Brackenhall superstore for their third ludicrous impromptu party that is now all over social media.

Discoboy pushed his large amplifier to in front of the selfservice checkouts where Tish began to showcase her wacky dance moves.

Shoppers shook with laughter and whipped out their phones to record the dance-off, while bemused shop workers looked on.

It is the first time Speedo Shy and Discoboy have performed in the store since Speedo Shy, real name Shayan Shayegani, was taken to court for dancing on the checkouts in January.

He was accused of breaking one of the weighing scales and is now waiting to go on trial.

But in the video he appeared untroubled despite the court case, holding a hand siren which he set off to the beat.

"We're back, summer's here", said Discoboy, turning up the dance music.

"Last time we managed to damage the checkout, first time we got a fine.

"Make some noise for Speedo Shy and big it up for Tish."

Customers crowded around to get a better look.

"Get your hands up in Asda Huddersfield", shouted Discoboy.

"Party, party, put your hands up.

"I could stay here all afternoon."

But their party was cut short after just 90 seconds when security guards and two annoyed staff turned off the music.

The trio were escorted out, where they continued their dance-off in the car park.

"Asda we love you. "Supermarket raver, I'm on my best behaviour," shouted a still energised Discoboy before finally calling it a day.

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| Discoboy, Tish and Speedo Shy rave near the checkouts at Asda in Huddersfield Speedo Shy

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jul 25, 2016
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