A furniture shop got a tongue-in-cheek mention on BBC’s hit show Top Gear.
Shackletons, based on Weaving Lane, Dewsbury, and which has a showroom on Bradford Road, Batley, was mentioned in the team’s latest challenge.
Presenters Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond created a vehicle specifically for pensioners.
They used the furniture store’s high seat chairs to give passengers some extra comfort.
Jason Bloom, national sales manager from Shackletons, said: “I have to say a call from Top Gear was not what I was expecting.
“However, keen to help and seeing the comedy value, we all totally embraced it.
“The ladies did look comfortable but ergonomically speaking I don’t think our chairs have a future in Fiat Multipla conversions.”
To view the chairs in action, visit the 53rd minute of the show. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01r2ckq/Top_Gear_Series_19_Episode_5/