PIERS Morgan has triggered another 51 complaints to Ofcom after his furious rant about lockdown on Monday’s Good Morning Britain. The host, 55, tore into professional footballers for flouting government rules after a string of front page incidents – the latest of which has seen Chelsea ace Callum Hudson-Odoi arrested on suspicion of rape. Man City defender Kyle Walker was previously slammed for hosting a sex party with hookers at his mansion, while Jack Grealish crashed his car after spending the night at another party. Discussing Hudson-Odoi’s 4am row with a model at the weekend – before his arrest for suspicion of rape – Piers argued footballers are more likely to pass coronavirus through “women they invite back to their homes” than at training. He fumed: “And the front page of The Sun has England footballer Callum Hudson-Odoi arrested yesterday allegedly with a woman he had allegedly met online, allegedly. “That’s going to be the problem with the Premier League if they try to bring it back.”They won’t be infecting each other in the training ground in secure environments, it’ll be all the women they’re inviting back to their homes. “Whether it’s Kyle Walker and his ladies of the nights… Read full this story
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