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Piers Morgan hits out at "idiot" Jack Grealish

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Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan launches a scathing attack on Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish after his car crash on Sunday morning.

Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has launched a scathing attack on Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish for 'selfish and reckless' behaviour.

The 24-year-old was involved in a road accident on Sunday morning after his Range Rover crashed into two parked cars in Solihull.

A report in The Sun alleged that Grealish had been at an all-night party at a friend's house before leaving in his car at around 8am.

The incident came just hours after Grealish posted a video to social media urging the public to stay home to save lives amid the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.

Ranting on the ITV breakfast show today, Morgan declared: "Another day, another load of idiots. England footballer Jack Grealish. Aston Villa star. Had a lot to say last week. Gave a video message. 'To help save lives you must stay at home'.

"Really good words. Until you go out to your mate's house on the lash for a party. Get into a car and crash into a load of other cars, allegedly.

"What were you thinking Jack? What happened to your little guidance? What happened to what you told us about saving lives and staying home?

"Doesn't help when an England star, a role model, does that. Acts with total impurity and selfishness and recklessness. Shame on you."

Morgan also hit out at Stephen Kinnock for travelling from Wales to London to celebrate his father's 78th birthday, branding the Labour MP's actions "dangerous".

Watch Grealish's video message below:

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