Gordon Ramsay pictured jumping a red light during a bike ride

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Gordon Ramsay was caught jumping for a red light on a recent bike ride near his second home in Cornwall on Sunday.

The famed chief, 53, was crossing the junction in dashboard camera footage of an annoying room obtained by The Sun, with residents accusing him of “almost causing an accident”.

Gordon has been in controversy since arriving in Cornwall, his £ 4.4 million home in mid-March, after many residents accused him of bringing the coronavirus with him from London.

Caught: Gordon Ramsay spotted a red light during a recent bike ride near his second home in Cornwall on Sunday

Caught: Gordon Ramsay was seen jumping a red light on a recent bike ride near his second home in Cornwall on Sunday

In the video, Gordon joins two others on a country road, with only one of them stopping to wait for a red light.

As the light changes and the car drives, they eventually catch up with the cyclists, the end of the footage reveals that it is Gordon.

The footage was filmed as Gordon attempted the 26.2 mile challenge.

Shocking: Famous chef rode across junction in The Sun's on-board camera footage of locals accusing him of `` almost causing an accident ''

Shocking: Famous Chef Ride Across Junction in The Sun’s Onboard Camera Images With Locals Accusing Him “Almost Causing An Accident”

An upset local told the Sun: “I was shopping for my daughter and this t ** t decides to pass a red light at Trewornan Bridge.

“It could very well have been an unpleasant accident because a car was going the other way which had to slam on its brakes! “

“I didn’t know it was him at first, he was traveling with another man and a lady. The other man also crossed the red light, but the lady stopped at the red light.

Ramsay has since insisted that the claims are false. MailOnline contacted its representatives for further comments.

Good cause: the star completed two extensive cycles while staying in the region and celebrated the end of his last itinerary with a message on social networks

Good cause: the star completed two extensive cycles while staying in the region and celebrated the end of his last itinerary with a message on social networks

The star completed two extended cycles while staying in the region and celebrated the end of his last itinerary with a message on social media.

He shared a photo of him posing next to his bike in red and black Lycra after finishing his last ride.

He had a one-year-old son, Oscar, who didn’t look suitably impressed, hiding under his arm in an adorable blue baby with matching slippers.

Ramsay captioned the picture: “Sunday Sunday, 26.2 miles DONE!

“Thinking of all the charities that missed today’s London Marathon, believe me, we will catch up in October, especially with my little mascot @oscarjramsay @huubdesign #gosh #gordonandtanaramsayfoundation #returnstronger. “

Staying fit: He also risked being overshadowed by his neighbors after taking a 22-mile bike ride around Cornwall

Staying fit: He also risked being overshadowed by his neighbors after taking a 22-mile bike ride around Cornwall

Smoothly: the Hell's Kitchen star then shared a series of clips overlooking Towan Beach in Newquay as he stopped to rest before covering the 18 km from his home

On the move: Gordon has already irritated Cornish residents after moving into his second home, a 4.4 million pound mansion in the West Country, amid the coronavirus pandemic

Smoothly: the Hell’s Kitchen star shared a series of clips overlooking Towan Beach in Newquay last weekend as he stopped to rest before hitting the 18 kilometer home.

He has already risked his neighbors taking on more shade after sharing a snapshot of himself by going on a separate bike ride the previous weekend.

He captioned the image: “What a bike ride today, hills galore and a superb countryside, thank you @huubdesign for the best equipment and of course the ferrari of bikes @iamspecialized @iamspecialized_road Ps Deano, I’ll kick you a ** e in the next sort [sic] “

The Hell’s Kitchen star then shared a series of clips overlooking Towan Beach in Newquay as he stopped to rest before traveling the 18 kilometer home.

Ramsay’s post sparked annoying comments online, as one subscriber remarked, “Stay home,” while another added, “I hope you only went there for an hour.” .

As someone replied, “Of course not! Apparently, this does not apply to everyone, “commented the commentator,”Yes, celebrities are better than us so they can do whatever they want.

Another follower then joked: ‘make sure you don’t get caught by the neighbors.

Ramsay’s post sparked annoying comments online, as one subscriber remarked, “Stay home,” while another added, “I hope you only went there for an hour.” .

As someone replied, “Of course not! Apparently, this does not apply to everyone, “commented the commentator,”Yes, celebrities are better than us so they can do whatever they want.

Another follower then joked: ‘make sure you don’t get caught by the neighbors.

Here we go again: it comes after Gordon caused further outrage by posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their second home in Cornwall.

Here we go again: it comes after Gordon caused further outrage by posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their second home in Cornwall.

This comes after Gordon caused further outrage by posting a new Stay at Home ad, despite the transportation of his entire family from London to their second home in Cornwall.

Appearing from his home in a new YouTube campaign on Wednesday, Ramsay, 53, urged fans to stay behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until the current restrictions are lifted.

“Hi, I’m Gordon Ramsay. Now to stop this terrible virus, we have to stay home, ”he told viewers.

‘What are we doing? Let’s cook together. I have lots of exciting recipes on my YouTube channel. Have fun and thank you.

Stay at Home: Appearing from his home in a new YouTube campaign on Wednesday, he urged fans to stay behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until the current restrictions are lifted

Stay at Home: Appearing from his home in a new YouTube campaign on Wednesday, he urged fans to stay behind closed doors and try some of his recipes until the current restrictions are lifted

However, the video did not impress some people, with a rage: “Just a little reminder that appears on the campaign” Stay at home #WithMe “on youtube while being in your vacation home in Cornwall, putting locals in danger and disobeying government advice, makes you a huge f *** ing hypocrite. ‘ [sic]

As a second fumed, “Not the best person to point it out. He literally ignored the lockdown and moved his family to Cornwall and doesn’t pay his staff… ”

A third added, “Stay at home and don’t cook lawns on vacation in Cornwall during a pandemic. He lost my respect. I prefer to cook with Gino de campo. [sic]

Not happy: However, the video did not impress some people and they quickly expressed their grievances on Twitter

Not happy: However, the video did not impress some people and they quickly expressed their grievances on Twitter

While the UK remains locked up to slow the spread of COVID-19, the government is advising “to stay local and use open spaces near you if possible – don’t travel unnecessarily”.

Another tip is to “make use of your garden for exercise and fresh air. ”

While there is no official indication of how long people have to go out for exercise, last month Michael Gove advised that you limit walking for an hour and jog for 30 minutes. .

Controversy: Hell's Kitchen star faced a huge backlash from neighbors who claimed he `` brought them a coronavirus '' during the lockdown

Controversy: Hell’s Kitchen star faced a huge backlash from neighbors who claimed he “brought them a coronavirus” during the lockdown

Ramsay was heavily criticized last month by his Cornish neighbors who claimed he “brought the virus with him” after moving his family to the mansion during the pandemic.

The anger is somewhat confused, however, as the chief and his family withdrew to their second home at the start of the foreclosure, which is not contrary to government rules.

It comes after Ramsay had a barely veiled search of the residents of Cornwall who chastised him for moving his family – praising a good neighbor.

Close family: Ramsay moved to Cornwall with his family - daughter Megan, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, daughter Matilda, 18 and wife Tana, 45 (left to right)

Close family: Ramsay moved to Cornwall with his family – daughter Megan, 22, twins Jack and Holly, 20, daughter Matilda, 18 and wife Tana, 45 (left to right)

The chef received a delivery of fresh asparagus, left by a local at his door with a handwritten note, which read: “A small gift from the fields of your house. “

“Now what a nice little gift, beautiful and generous,” he said. ‘Come on, seriously, it literally grows in the back of my garden. This is what I call loving your neighbor, you see?

“This is how you take care of each other in these difficult times. Here. I’m sure a local will complain about asparagus!

Ramsay also made a playful reference to the aftermath he faced by offering his disgruntled neighbors a hamburger after completing a 10-minute challenge on Instagram Live.

In the live stream, he revealed that he would participate in a 10-minute challenge, and if he did not finish preparing a burger during that time, he would donate £ 10,000 to NHS charities.

Presenting the finished product to his supporters, he explained, “I’m not going to eat this. I’ll give it to the neighbors next door. I hope it could make them smile.

Despite perceived olive branch, Ramsay was targeted by local residents on social media, many accusing him of “flouting government regulations” when he made the decision to move his family from London to their mansion by the seaside.

Funny: Ramsay made a playful reference to the violent reactions he faced for spending the locking of the coronavirus in his 4 million pound second home in Cornwall by offering his neighbors a burger

Funny: Ramsay made a playful reference to the violent reactions he faced for spending the coronavirus lockdown in his 4 million pound second home in Cornwall by offering his neighbors a hamburger

One of them was raging: “Don’t you realize that by doing this, you may have brought the virus with you and because Cornwall is not your main residence, if you and your family get sick , you will put even more pressure on an already fragile infrastructure.

“I’m reporting you to the police.” What you have done is against the law and I hope they will force you to return to London.

Another shared: “The police should surely knock on Gordon Ramsay’s door and drive him back to London.”

A third wrote: “Glad to hear that Gordon Ramsay doesn’t think the rules apply to him either, and has apparently moved him and his family to his luxurious second home in Cornwall. You wonder why the police are doing nothing. (sic)

Off he goes! The television chef prepared the delicious dish on Instagram Live, before running to offer the dish to neighbors outside his house, shouting, `` Love your neighbor! ''

Off he goes! The television chef prepared the delicious meal on Instagram Live, before running to offer the meal to neighbors outside his house, shouting, “Love your neighbor!” “

Others appear to be looking for blood – with a buyer seen chastising the chef for parking his car outside a local store.

The bubbling local confronted Ramsay about how the car was parked and the size of it. The Hell’s Kitchen star kept her cool all along.

The man then pulled away and Gordon got into his car holding a small shopping bag and coffee.

Although people with second homes are not allowed to travel back and forth, choosing and staying in a house is not against official advice.

A family friend told MailOnline: “The family considers Cornwall to be their family home when the kids are back from uni and Gordon is back from filming around the world, that’s where they spend all their time family together.

“They have been spending time there for 10 years and Jack also lives there full time. Most of their neighbors are very welcoming and they love being part of the community.

“They have been following government advice with the rest of the country since arriving on March 20 and the campaign against them is hurtful and unnecessary at a time when we should all come together and support each other. “

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