Piers Morgan belonging to another union leader’s Facebook profile picture

Piers Morgan has been brutally detained by another union general secretary as he once again claims he is taking to Facebook.

When speaking with RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch on his show, Morgan featured a screenshot of Lynch’s Facebook page and asked him about his The Hood profile picture of Thunderbirds.

Morgan was ridiculed for his ridiculous interview topic, but continued to boast about the cringe-worthy clip’s viewing count.

While Communications Workers Union (CWU) General Secretary Dave Ward was due to appear on his show, Morgan claimed he was “currently checking his Facebook profile picture”.

Ward expertly responded with a screenshot of his Facebook page. The profile picture was a screenshot of when Morgan stormed off set of Hello Brittany after being asked about his views on Meghan Markle.

Ward replied, “Great stuff. This is currently one of you who fully supports the unofficial industrial action.

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It’s fair to say other Twitter users loved it.

Morgan himself even had to hand it to Ward, replying, “Haha – touched.”

Someone else said, “Absolutely stunning.

Another joked: “Officer, I would like to report a murder.

“Just genius,” replied another.

Journalist Philip O’Connor asked: “Does anyone go public more often than @piersmorgan?”

It is believed that Royal Mail workers could be the next to strike, following the national railway strike by the RMT union.

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