Paul Chuckle was giving off bad boy vibes as he showed off his custom licence plate.
One-half of The Chuckle Brothers oozed cool as he rocked a leather jacket and an all-black outfit.
His ensemble was completed with sunglasses, and the only thing missing was a motorcycle.
Instead, he leaned on his black Land Rover which was emblazoned with the licence plate: “2 Me 2 You.”
He shared the image to Twitter and simply captioned it with a smiling face wearing sunglasses emoji.
Brands like Specsavers and Burger King were quick to comment on the photo.
“Can you be in all of our adverts for the rest of eternity please,” Specsavers posted.
Meanwhile, the fast-food company Burger King wrote: “Can’t wait to see that whip in the drive-thru.”
One fan felt the need to discuss the legitimacy of the licence plate and commented: “Funny gag Paul but to everyone wondering, no it is not a real plate.”
Two days later, the 73-year-old hung up his leather jacket to take a Covid-19 test.
The comedian shared a snap of himself looking rather concerned as he held up the swab for the camera.
“No-one said which end to use, #Covid19SelfTest .. got to do it all again,” he tweeted.
Earlier this year, Paul suggested to fans that Chuckle Brothers could be making a comeback.
His brother, Barry, died aged 73 in August 2018 after a short illness.
Devastated fans have expressed their wishes the Chuckle Brothers were still on TV to entertain children, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
He told Yorkshire Live : “The Chuckle Brothers have lived on. It is quite overwhelming really because I constantly get lots of lovely messages, thousands of social media followers and I get stopped in the street all the time – social distancing considered.”
He added: “Well, we can’t bring Barry back – I wish we could – but we are going to be doing all our daft things in a different way. Especially during this Covid pandemic I have had loads of people saying that they wish we were still on the telly to entertain the kids. So do I and that’s why we are doing something about it.”