GORDON Ramsay risked angering his neighbours again, defiantly bragging about a 26-mile bike ride on Instagram.
The 53-year-old star is already in locals' bad books after he and his family relocated to their second home during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Last weekend, there was further backlash when the TV chef enjoyed a long, scenic bike ride around Cornwall – ending up 22 miles away from home despite government guidelines.
But Gordon is refusing to let the controversy hold him back, taking to social media earlier today to reveal that he'd done it again.
Posing behind his beloved bike alongside his lookalike youngest son Oscar, one, Gordon wrote: "Sunday funday 26.2 miles DONE !
"Thinking about all those charities missing out on today’s London Marathon, trust me we will make up for in October especially with my little mascot".
The London Marathon was the latest big event to be postponed today due to social-distancing measures during the current health crisis.
While most of Gordon's followers flocked to the comments to gush about baby Oscar, others were disappointed that he had flouted lockdown rules again.
One wrote: "Did you do that in your one hour allowance?"
Another added: "Get yourself back in the house, what the f**k."
A third poked fun at the ongoing drama, joking: "What would the neighbours say?"
Government advice during the global health crisis is for everybody to stay home unless absolutely essential, adding: "Stay local and use open spaces near to your home where possible – do not travel unnecessarily."
Michael Gove previously said that outdoor exercise should be limited to one hour while the country is in lockdown.
Earlier this month, one of Gordon's neighbours threatened to call the police after he, wife Tana, and their children 21-year-old Meghan, 20-year-old twins Holly and Jack, 17-year-old Tilly, and Oscar relocated to their West Country mansion at the start of lockdown.
Writing on social media, the local seethed: "Don’t you realise that by doing that you’ve possibly 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."
Coronavirus was officially deemed a global pandemic last month, and so far over 20,000 people in the UK have lost their lives to the disease.
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