I heard this phrase at a restaurant the other day - in Sheffield, England. The waitress said first, "Do you want anything else getting?", and then after that, "Do you want the bill grabbing?"
This sounds like a very strange form of the passive to me, as if it's using the progressive -ing instead of the passive participle -ed. I guess the standard sentence would be "Do you want the bill to be grabbed" if you wanted to coerce it into the passive, although "Do you want me to grab the bill" sounds far more natural.
Where does this phrasing comes from? Does it belong to a particular Northern dialect? I've never heard it in Sheffield or anywhere else before. Also, what's going on syntactically in this sentence?