Football legend Harry Redknapp used his appearance on Monday's edition of Good Morning Britain to call for Jack Grealish to be hit with a repercussions for apparently flaunting government lockdown rules.
Snaps of the sportsman circulated online over the weekend showing Jack, 24, outside a luxury block of flats close to Birmingham where his former team-mate Ross McCormack is believed to live.
The images of Jack outside came just hours after he released a video begging people of the United Kingdom to take the rise of Covid-19, coronavirus, seriously.
Speaking live via video link on the to GMB host Piers Morgan, Harry said: "I have been his biggest fan.
"Every time I talk about him I say he should be in the England team.
"If I was a manager of the big teams I would buy him up.
"But this is no excuse. This is absolutely stupid.
"I can't believe what he has done, he needs to be punished for sure."
The snaps of Jack came just hours after he posted a video online – urging people to stay at home to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Grealish said: "To help save lives you must stay at home.
"Only leave your house to buy food, to buy medicine or to exercise, and always remember to stay at least two metres apart.
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“This is urgent, protect the NHS. Stay at home, save lives.”
Furious at Jack's antics, Piers vented: "He had a lot to say last week.
"It was really good until you go to your mates.
"Was are you thinking to Jack? What happened to being sensible."
Susanna Reid's co-star added: "It doesn't help when an England star, a role model, breaks the rules. Shame on you."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV art 6am
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