Published: 15:10, 10 January 2018
Darts world champion Rob Cross popped into a Tunbridge Wells pub on the back of his shock victory last week.
The 27-year-old former electrician has been hailed after beating 16-time world champion Phil Taylor 7-2 in the Power's last ever match before retiring on New Year's Day.
The next day, Mr Cross visited The Bedford in Tunbridge Wells High Street, where he played a few legs.
Speaking after his visit, Mark Nicholson, landlord at the Greene King pub said: "Having watched Rob on TV the night before, the last thing I expected was for him to be in my pub the next day.
“Some of the regulars offered to play him but he was on a tight schedule. It was great to have him in the pub and we’d love to have him back in again if he’s ever in Tunbridge Wells.”
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