Gordon Ramsay risked more shade from his neighbors after riding 22 kilometers on Sunday.
The 53-year-old chef 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.
Taking on Instagram over the weekend, Gordon shared a snapshot of himself going for a ride as he posed next to his bike.
Staying in shape: Gordon Ramsay risked being overshadowed by his neighbors after embarking on a 22-mile bike ride around Cornwall on Sunday
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.
Gordon’s post sparked annoying comments online, as one subscriber remarked, “Stay at home,” while another added. “I hope you only went there for 1 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.
Smoothly: 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 km from his home
Not impressed: Gordon’s post sparked annoying comments online
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
Gordon 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 Gordon and his family withdrew to their second home at the start of the foreclosure, which is not contrary to government rules.
It comes after Gordon did a barely veiled search of the Cornish people who chastised him for moving his family – praising a good neighbor.
Close family: Gordon 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,” said the 53-year-old. ‘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!
Ramsays have been the target of fury in the Polzeath Beach area, where they live in their home.
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. “
Kind gesture: Gordon received a delivery of fresh asparagus, left by a local at his door with a handwritten note on Tuesday and did a barely veiled search on the reverse