May 4 (UPI) -- A British Columbia sandwich shop that put up a sign promising free food for Liam Neeson shared a photo of the time the actor showed up.
The Big Star Sandwich Co. in New Westminster posted a photo to Instagram showing two employees posing with the Taken star earlier this week next to the sandwich board sign, which reads: "Liam Neeson eats here for free."
The reverse side of the sign reads: "Come in and get 'Taken' away by our sandwiches."
The employees said Neeson, who is in town filming, told them he decided to stop in when he spotted the sign. They said he stayed and talked to them for about 10 minutes, but he didn't take them up on the free food offer because he didn't have time to eat.
The workers said Neeson told them he might come back for his free sandwich, which would be good news for the worker who created the sign, as he had already gone home for the day before the Star Wars actor arrived.