Corrie’s Alan Halsall worlds away from cobbles heading to Grand National in luxe chopper
Alan Halsall, an actor from Coronation Street, arrived at the Grand National in style by private helicopter.
At Aintree Racecourse on April 12, the soap opera star who portrays Tyrone Dobbs made an elaborate debut in front of stunned fans.
As he uploaded frequent updates on his Instagram story, followers could experience the day alongside him.
It happens only four weeks after he traveled in the same manner to the Cheltenham Festival, according to Liverpool Echo.
He made a joke when addressing his 232,000 fans, saying, “Go round again… I’ve not finished my [champagne].”
A picture of the actor sipping from his glass of champagne was shown after the narrative.
He then teased that he was the one piloting the chopper home from the festival’s first day after sharing video of himself entering the field.
After a long day of showboating, he posted a picture of himself and Michael Le Vell’s character Kevin Webster from the television show Corrie with the comment, “Webbo & Dobbo day out.”
Later, the Cobbles actor uploaded a photo of himself in a helicopter’s cockpit with the caption, “I’m flying us home ffs.”
Despite the chilly weather, thousands of people came to the racetrack for the Grand National’s first day of racing, and thousands more glitzy spectators came on Friday for Ladies Day.
Alan observed as his personal chopper touched down in a field so he could return home.
Alan appeared to be miles away from Tyrone, the character he played in the video with the description, “Annual slo mo walk w****r!”
As they posed in the chopper with a glass of pink fizz before their day at the races, the performers were in their element.