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Piers Morgan has been brutally owned by yet another union general secretary as he once again claims he’s going on a Facebook stalk.
When interviewing RMT general secretary Mick Lynch on his show, Morgan brought up a screenshot of Lynch’s Facebook page and quizzed him about his profile picture of The Hood from Thunderbirds.
Morgan was ridiculed for his ridiculous interview topic but has continued to boast about the viewing numbers of the cringe-worthy clip.
With the general secretary of The Communication Workers Union (CWU) Dave Ward due to be appearing on his show, Morgan claimed he was “currently checking out his Facebook profile pic”.
Ward expertly replied back with a screengrab of his Facebook page. The profile picture was a screengrab of when Morgan famously stormed off the set of Good Morning Britain after being challenged about his views about Meghan Markle.
Ward responded: “Great stuff. It’s currently one of you fully supporting unofficial industrial action.”
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\u201cGreat stuff. It\u2019s currently one of you fully supporting unofficial industrial action \ud83d\ude09\u201d — Dave Ward (@Dave Ward)
It’s fair to say, other Twitter users loved it.
Morgan himself even had to hand it to Ward, responding: “Haha - touché.”
\u201cHaha - touch\u00e9 \ud83d\udc4d\u201d — Piers Morgan (@Piers Morgan)
Someone else said: “Absolutely superb.”
\u201cAbsolutely superb.\u201d — Alex Gordon #JoinAUnion (@Alex Gordon #JoinAUnion)
Another joked: “Officer, I'd like to report a murder.”
\u201cOfficer, I'd like to report a murder\u201d — Nikki Jude (@Nikki Jude)
“Just genius,” another replied.
\u201cJust genius \ud83e\udd23\ud83e\udd23\ud83e\udd23\u201d — Beccy \ud83d\udc99 If ur not angry, ur not paying attention! (@Beccy \ud83d\udc99 If ur not angry, ur not paying attention!)
Journalist Philip O’Connor asked: “Does anyone get publicly owned more often than @piersmorgan?”
\u201cDoes anyone get publicly owned more often than @piersmorgan?\u201d — Philip O'Connor (@Philip O'Connor)
It is thought that workers from the Royal Mail could be the next to go on strike, following the national rail strike by the RMT Union.
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