Ally McCoist has branded the one that filmed Neil Lennon ‘a shame’ after a video surfaced on-line of the previous Celtic supervisor.
A video clip of the 49-year-old has been circulated on social media, believed to have been recorded in England on Tuesday.
The person filming the ex-Bhoys boss will also be heard verbally abusing the Northern Irishman, shouting: “See you Neil, you ginger c***”.
And Rangers legend McCoist was appalled when was requested in regards to the video by host talkSPORT Breakfast host Laura Woods on Wednesday morning, saying it was a gross invasion of privateness.
Woods additionally condemned the ‘disgusting’ actions of the particular person filming Lennon, who just lately resigned from his dream job when he parted firm with Celtic in February.
“I discover stuff like this disgusting”, mentioned the Breakfast host.
“We don’t know what state they’re in and the way susceptible they really feel.”
A livid McCoist, who admitted he has been filmed in comparable conditions to Lennon earlier than, added: “It shouldn’t be allowed. In my view it’s a whole and utter invasion of his privateness.
“And by the best way I’ve been that approach once you’re worse for put on with beer and alcohol.
“I’m not going to evangelise to anyone about it however I feel the invasion of privateness is a whole shame.
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“That is without doubt one of the worst innovations on this planet; the digicam telephone. It offers individuals the license to take absolute liberties and it’s a scandal.”
Common talkSPORT Jamie O’Hara additionally issued a powerful response to the video and despatched a message to the one that recorded Lennon, and anyone who’s tempted to do the identical once they see a well-known face in public.
“For those who get a telephone out to file any individual who’s clearly in a little bit of hassle, instaed of serving to them, you then’re the w****r,” the previous footballer wrote on Twitter
“Society is gone and everyone seems to be simply able to attempt to make a reputation for themselves off another person’s troubles.
“It makes me sick.”