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The former coal-mining village of Skellow, near Doncaster, had no previous claim to fame, until one Twitter-user posted the search engine findings showing a naked man as a screen grab which has now gone viral.
During the English Civil War a cannon battery was set up in the village by Oliver Cromwell to protect the Great North Road, now the A1.
All day long they had been kept at a Thai railway marshalling yard in the tropical heat, covered in grime, drenched in sweat, prodded and pushed by Japanese guards shouting from the tops of cattle trucks that the prisoners were expected to board.
Extras standing along the train lines at the Bangsue train yard in Bangkok, Thailand on the set of The Railway Man.
The Railway Man is the story of Lomax, a Scottish officer in the Royal Signals who was tortured by the Japanese Kempeitai military police after being taken prisoner in Singapore in 1941 and sent to work on the Death Railway.
They ultmately refused to do overtime and left the crew with a few, mainly Iranian extras posing as European POW's Jeremy Irvine, left, and Colin Firth, right, pose on set in front of a steam train at Hualamphong train station in Bangkok, Thailand.
Both actors play former POW Eric Lomax at different stages in his life Stars from The Railway Man Jeremy Irvine, second left, with Colin Firth, second right, and Tanroh Ishida, far left and Hiroyuki Sonada pose in front of a steam train at Hualamphong train station, Bangkok And just as it had affected the real Second World War prisoners on the Burma-Siam railway – also the subject of David Lean’s 1957 Oscar-winner The Bridge On The River Kwai – The Mail on Sunday has been told that the tropical heat, lack of food and relentless orders were too much for many of the 100 extras playing British victims of Japanese brutality on set in Bangkok.
The so-called mutiny in Bangkok is unlikely to affect the way the industry treats extras in Thailand.
Film companies come to Thailand for its cheap labour and pick up extras to play foreigners in films by word of mouth, or through leafleting bars.
The mounds that once held the cannon still remain in the village.