The footage - which has been watched more than 220,000 times - was posted on Facebook and was captioned as 'the funniest thing I've seen in all my life'.
Two sisters have beaten off competition from dozens of others to be crowned the winners of the messiest bedroom in the country.
In 2002 she won the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival for her role in the psychological thriller The Cry.
In 2004, following an 18 month career break, Lancashire made her directorial debut on the anthology series The Afternoon Play.
I was soon working seven days a week, arriving home reeking of silage, all in the hope of getting my foot on the farming ladder.
I’m sure my mum, a fashionable woman who had worked as a model, longed for me to take a sensible job in an office or shop, but my mind was made up and eventually I got my first job as a freelance shepherdess.
My school friends were all following conventional paths: jobs in banks, going to university, getting engaged and married.
Another female customer - who is wearing knee high boots and a mini skirt - then jumps in, dropping her clutch bag as she tries to punch the man.
To support herself, she taught drama at Salford University for five years alongside her acting career.
Following a 1990 stint in a London West End production of the musical Blood Brothers, Lancashire was cast as Raquel Wolstenhulme in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street in 1991.
After leaving the series in 1996, Lancashire found popular success in the series Where the Heart Is (1997–1999), followed by other projects including Clocking Off (2000) and the television film Seeing Red (2000), earning her widespread recognition and the Television and Radio Industries Club award for Drama Performer of the Year in 2001.
In the summer of 2000, Lancashire signed a two-year golden handcuffs contract with ITV, making her the highest paid UK television actress.
Subsequent acting roles include costume dramas such as the 2007 television adaption of Oliver Twist, Lark Rise to Candleford (2008–2011) and the 2012 television series The Paradise.