Used (1) as a cancelling/contradicting suffix to a response, or (2) to add emphasis.
Analogous to like Hell. Not common in US English.
(1) "The city increased taxes, but did they repair the roads? Did they Hell as like!"
Person A: "Please? I only need the car for a few hours. I'd do the same for you..."
Person B: "Would you Hell as like! You wouldn't even let me use your headphones last week!"
(2) "No broken bones, but did it Hell as like hurt!"
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