Gordon Ramsay 's furious neighbours are threatening to report him to the police after he moved from London to his second home in Cornwall amid the coronavirus crisis.
The 53 year old is currently self-isolating with his wife, Tana, and their five children in his Cornwall home, angering the locals for moving just before the current lockdown.
His neighbours are now leaving comments on his Twitter and Instagram pages, with one threatening to report him to the police.
One annoyed local wrote: "Cornwall MPs have specifically asked for people with a second home not to do this.
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"You might be rich and famous but you're not special and you're setting a bad example! Really disappointing."
A second added: "Don't you realise that by doing that you've possible brought the virus with you and because Cornwall is not your main residence, if you and your family get sick you will place yet more strain on an already fragile infrastructure.
"I'm reporting you to the police. What you've done is against the law and I hope they force you back to London."
While a third chimed: "Cornwall doesn't want you. My son is a chef in north Cornwall, don't think you would have a house there if you really knew how much you are despised locally."
Recently, Gordon appeared to take a dig at his neighbours after facing the criticism for moving to the coast.
Gordon took his thinly-veiled dig at the locals after a fresh bunch of asparagus was left on his doorstep with a handwritten note attached.
It read: "A little gift from the fields across your house."
Gordon gushed over the message, telling fans on social media: "Now what a lovely, beautiful, generous little gift.
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"C'mon, seriously, that's literally growing in the back of my garden. Now that's what I call love thy neighbour, see?"
He added: "That's how you look after each other across these difficult times. There you go."
Gordon then said sarcastically: "I'm sure one local will whinge about the asparagus!"
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His neighbours have also taken to a Facebook group names You Shouldn't Be Here to complain about the Kitchen Nightmares star.
According to The Sun Online, one member of the group wrote about the Kitchen Nightmares star: "The big s*** should take himself and his family the hell out of Cornwall."
A second said: "He's swanning around the shops as if nothing is wrong. He's had pool engineers over. There is no defence at all."
While a third is thought to have written: "Wealthy second homers think making a few quid means they are immune from the virus and any rules. They are arrogant at the best of times, this has shown how bad some of them are."
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