That's a wrap! Chip shop worker bags world record for being the fastest chip wrapper
Steph Celik, 32, won Guinness World Record for being the fastest at wrapping chipsMother-of-seven won the title by packing five bags in just 58 secondsShe has worked at the Blue Whale fish and chip shop, in Maltby, South Yorkshire for 17 years
11:52 GMT, 30 November 2012
A chip shop worker has won a Guinness World Record title for being the fastest at wrapping chips.
Speedy Steph Celik packed five 350g bags – with added salt and vinegar – in just 58 seconds.
The mother-of seven beat the previous record by two seconds to earn a place in the Guinness World Records.
Her successful attempt came during filming for CBBC show Officially Amazing, to be aired in March.
Steph, 32, said: 'It started as a bit of craziness.
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Steph Celik, who works at the Blue Whale chip shop in Maltby, scooped the Guinness World Record title for being the fastest chip wrapper
'I had the idea of giving it a go and suggested it to my boss. She liked it and it all went from there.
Steph has worked at the Blue Whale fish and chip shop, in Maltby, South Yorkshire, on and off for 19 years.
She began honing her skills to speed up the process of serving customers.
'I don't like waiting in a queue myself, so if I don't find it very amusing I don't think anyone else would,' she said.
'Someone had already attempted this record, so I needed to do all five bags of chips in under 60 seconds.
'I think I knew straight away that I'd managed it.
'A few customers have pointed out how quick I am, but others don't really care as long as they're fed.'
Mother-of-seven Steph demonstrates her quick work
To win the World Record swift Steph packed five bags weighing 350g – complete with salt and vinegar – in 58 seconds
Steph has been honing her chip wrapping skills at the Blue Whale chip shop in Maltby for 19 years
Enjoying her 'claim to fame', Steph said she couldn't have smashed the world record without the help of her collegues.
'I've been doing it for a while. We work well as a team in the shop, like a big family unit,' she said.
'It's nice and busy, we don't get many complaints.
'The customers are well looked after and they go home happy.
'It felt amazing after I got the record, and it's been crazy since.
'But this is my moment of madness, my claim to fame.'
Shop owner Nikki Avgousti said: 'Steph's done really well and we're proud of her.
'She suggested it, we liked the idea and she went and did it.
'Customers have been congratulating her.
'Everyone here is pretty quick so we were wondering who might be the fastest and Steph showed us she is.'
VIDEO: Watch speedy Steph wrap chips
Video courtesy of Hallam FM