‘I’d never seen a fish market like this’: Phil Collins and his friends sell fish at the Phil Collins Fish Market

Phil Collins has sold his collection of fish at a fish and chip market in Melbourne, with thousands of people taking to the streets of the inner-city suburb of Port Melbourne to catch a glimpse of the world famous musician.

Key points:The musician’s signature fish and chips are selling at the market on Sunday morningThe Fish Market in Melbourne has attracted tens of thousands of customersThe market is the first of its kind in AustraliaThe market has become a favourite of the artists, with many taking to Twitter to record photos of the crowd eating fish and watching as their favourite artists are showcasedThe market in Port Melbourne is one of Australia’s most popular food markets with tens of thousand people visiting every day to buy fish and other delicacies.

More than 200 stalls have been set up by the artist, and his fans have been snapping photos and taking video as they go.

“It’s been amazing to see the reaction from people here,” Mr Collins told News.co.uk.

“We’re in a city, a place where there’s lots of people in the street.”

The response to the fish is really, really great, and I’d never even seen anything like this.

“Mr Collins’ favourite food is the fish and chicken, with his wife Annie, who has the name Annie, also making appearances.

He has been a regular visitor to the market since the artist began to sell the fish at his shows.”

He’ll be here for about five minutes and then go and have his own little meal and then come back,” he said.”

Then I’ll come back and have a different meal and a different kind of fish and the next thing you know he’s in the market again.

“Phil Collins and Annie Collins are pictured together in a photo taken in 2015.

The Fishmarket has attracted hundreds of thousands to the street each day, with fans lining up to buy the artist’s signature catch, which is often sold in small batches.”

I think we’ve had two shows in Melbourne this year, and there’s been about 10,000 people in line up,” Mr Johnson said.

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