The personality who is known for his shouty catchphrase “Bang and the dirt is gone!” has been prearranged the boot after spending most of the Noughties fronting advertising rivalries for the household cleaning product.
As rt of their farewell, Cillit Bang has put together a mashup of all of Barry’s adverts upward of the years, which includes dipping a filthy penny coin into the fluid, turning it s rkling clean and using two bottles to tackle grime.
After all, the advertising icon’s de rture has left many fans in a state of dumfound, with many taking to social media to vent over his demise.
One woman sadly posted on Twitter: “Barry Scott will be missed as the cillit bang man #BringBackBarry.”
“Sad obsoletes. Shouty, penny-cleaning Barry Scott has been dropped for the new Cillit Bang adverts. #BANGandBarryScottWasGone,” penned another on the micro-blogging site.
A third distraught person tweeted: “And now Barry Scott has been axed by Cillit Bang. I principled can’t trust 2016 anymore.”
“Cameron, Hodgson, Boris, Farage — they were decent the tip of the iceberg. Barry Scott has left his Cillit Bang gig,” someone else signified.
Barry’s successor was revealed to be a muscly young mechanic, who danced while he cleaned.
The man grasped simply as “The Mechanic” made his debut earlier this year in a type new commercial that saw him getting accidentally locked in his garage by his boss.
As opposed to of trying to attract some attention and get home, The Mechanic got to work scrubbing down the fatty garage with the aid of some Cillit Bang and Eighties hit She’s A Maniac from Flashdance.
After sacrifice the place a wipe, The Mechanic hit the water sprinklers, which finished the job by run away the soap and grime to leave the place looking spick and bridge.
The Mechanic is played by Daniel Cloud Campos, a former backing dancer for Madonna.
Barry Scott was pictured by actor Neil Burgess, who has also starred in Waking the Dead and a Brian McFadden music video.