Gogglebox star George Gilbey said he worked in a supermarket as he joined the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Media personality, who has appeared on the blockbuster Channel 4 since 2013, shared the surprising update on Instagram on Saturday, after almost a year of absence from the social platform.
In a playful wink, Essex-born George, 36, drew a lively facial expression as he wore the Morrisons uniform and name tag before his night shift.
“Everyone must do their part!” Gogglebox star George Gilbey revealed he worked in a supermarket as he joined the fight against the coronavirus pandemic
“Everyone has to do their part …”, the reality star captioned his image by joining thousands of workers working during the global crisis.
COVID-19 was classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) last month and killed 4,313 people in the UK.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week ordered the immediate closure of all non-essential stores and threatened people with fines or even arrest if they did not “stay home”.
Long-lived: 36-year-old media personality became famous alongside her mother Linda and stepfather Peter McGarry on Gogglebox on the popular Gogglebox (photo)
Impressive rally: TV star even participated in 2014 Celebrity Big Brother, finishing in fourth place (photo)
The closure will last at least three weeks and the new state of emergency in the UK is unprecedented in modern history.
Gatherings of more than two people have been banned within the most dramatic limits of freedom ever seen in Britain in times of peace or war, as the government works to stop the spread of the deadly disease.
George became famous alongside his mother Linda and stepfather Peter McGarry on Gogglebox on the popular Gogglebox, which sees British families and friends watching TV shows from their own homes.
The television star even participated in the 2014 Celebrity Big Brother, finishing in fourth place.
At the end of last year, George was jailed for three months for drinking and driving after gas station staff smelled of alcohol when he went out to buy alcohol. fuel.
He admitted to drinking and driving at the Chelmsford Magistrate’s Court and was imprisoned for serving a community sentence following a drunkenness with his ex-girlfriend in 2018. George was also banned from driving for five years.
Drama: At the end of last year, George was jailed for three months for drinking and driving after gas station staff smelled of alcohol on his breath when he went out to buy fuel (photo from 2015)