A pair of actors found themselves standing on the Croydon flyover wearing nothing but bikinis as part of a new online comedy series.

Richard Keeble, 33, from Purley, and his friend Luke Kaile, 24, from Shirley, have written a series called All in the Method.

The online series, which will be published on Youtube, is about two brothers who both want to break into acting.

Mr Keeble said: "We just want to do something that will make people laugh, we don't want to be too clever "The bikini scene on the flyover was Luke's idea in terms of costume, but we both decided that the clip of us trying to hitchhike on a busy road would get some good laughs.

"As soon as we started filming that sequence we had people honking their horns and shouting at us from their car windows. One woman screamed that we were gorgeous. We wanted that reaction and it was pretty funny.

"We will film a few episodes and then we will start to look for more funding."

More information about the series can be seen on their web page www.allinthemethod.com

The duo are also performing at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden, in A Halfway House, which is written by Luke Kaile and running from June 26 to July 1.