London: Harry Styles shocked his fans when he returned to his old job in a bakery in his hometown Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, to film footage for ` One Direction` movie, ` This is Us `.
A source told the Mirror that the situation was funny as there were security, chauffeurs and minders outside and Styles was acting like he was still a baker`s boy earning what he earns in a second now.
The insider insisted that the 19-year-old heartthrob posed for fans and he was just lovely.
Styles worked at W Mandeville bakery in a 6 pounds -an-hour Saturday job when he was 14, but he left two years later following his shot to stardom on `The X Factor` show.
The singer spent his day at the shop by hugging staff, performing his old chores and eating his favourite bacon, beans and cheese pasties.
His former employer Simon Wakefield told the publication that Styles was the most polite member of staff they have ever had and customers really took a shine to him.
Wakefield asserted that the shop suddenly had an influx of girls when Harry worked there.
He added that the teen icon was a really hard worker and his jobs were serving in the shop, cleaning the back, scrubbing the floor, washing the trays and cleaning the counter.