A CLAYTON West firm became a film set for a week - for a new ITV comedy.
Film crews, cameras, lights, trailers and food vans descended on AUS - which sells health and safety products - to film comedy The Booze Cruise 2.
It will be aired in autumn as a sequel to the popular 2003 comedy drama, The Booze Cruise, which starred Martin Clunes and featured three men on a disastrous day trip across the English Channel.
The Booze Cruise 2 will also star Martin Clunes, along with veteran British actor Ian Richardson and comic actor of the moment, Mark Benton.
It is currently difficult to escape from Guisborough-born Benton on TV.
He has starred in BBC comedies Twisted Tales, Catterick, plus comedy show Early Doors.
He also played Robson Green's brother-in-law and rival in the recent drama Christmas Lights.
In between all this, he found time to play a rude bank clerk in the Nationwide adverts.
The scene being filmed at AUS featured Mark - playing the owner of QBL Shower Fittings - giving one of his most important customers a tour of the warehouse and offices.
Ian Richardson was playing the unimpressed customer.
AUS managing director, Simon Gibson, said turning their business into a shower fittings firm was not too much trouble.
He said: "They dressed an empty room upstairs as an office and dressed the reception area and covered our signs up - but they clear up after themselves when they leave.
"They came early in the morning and didn't leave until well after 5pm - even actors work hard!
"It's the first time we have been used as a filming location.
"It's great for us, it puts a bit of spice into the week and we are paid for the privilege."
AUS was originally chosen as a location because of its close proximity to the Kirklees Light Railway, where ITV Yorkshire were hoping to film a scene.
The production team wanted to use the Clayton West station for a scene where Martin Clunes hijacks a miniature train thinking it is full-size...
However, this would have meant moving one of the railway's small carriages to a railway with a full-size platform.
Producers decided this was too difficult and dropped Kirklees Light Railway as a location.
Filming for that scene was switched to Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, but the production team decided to keep AUS as a location.
Mr Gibson said: "Originally they chose us because both locations were close. But they must have liked us because they decided to stick with us even after switching the other location."