A man who has gone viral for repeatedly slagging off Kent has revealed “the only attraction worth visiting” in the county.
Phil Carr, whose rants are viewed hundreds of thousands of times on TikTok and other social media sites, paid a visit to St Leonard’s Church in Hythe.
The 38-year-old uploaded a video on TikTok yesterday of his visit to the attraction, which is home to the largest and best-preserved collection of ancient human skulls and bones in Britain.
The comedian started the video by asking the question: “Is there anything fun to do in Kent?”
Compared to his other scathing reviews of the county, Mr Carr seems to have found an attraction in the county that he actually enjoys.
“There is only one thing worth visiting in Kent and it's in this church behind me,” he said.
“If you pay £3 you can go round the back of the church and into the crypt.
“You get to share an enclosed space with the remains of 2,000 long-deceased bones.
“Can you think of a more fun way to spend half an hour?!”.
Mr Carr continued by warning his viewers to skip the video if they are squeamish.
Remains of around 4,000 people including 1,022 skulls are stacked on shelves within the ossuary of the church.
They are thought to be the bones of Hythe residents who had been buried in the churchyard and were dug up in the 13th century when the church was extended.
In 2018, 21 of the skulls were stolen with staff fearing they were sold on the black market.
The comedian was left impressed by his trip to St Leonard’s and described it as a “great afternoon out”.
He added: “You could bring the family here, young kids would love it.”
Mr Carr also joked about the romantic days out couples could enjoy at the Kent church.
“Lads bring a first date here. She would love it,” he quipped.
“They love true crime women do.
“They could go round and try to work out if any of them have been murdered.”
Mr Carr ended his review of the church by urging people to come and pay a visit to the Kent attraction.
He went on: “Do come along and visit.
“Where else for just £3 can you spend half an hour questioning the very fibre of your mortality and realising that in about 700 years you’ll be completely forgotten?”
The comedian has previously ripped into towns all over Kent, including the likes of Canterbury, Sheerness, Dover and Chatham.
In May this year, Mr Carr seemed to find a town in the county he actually approved of when he took a trip to Ashford.