Coronavirus: Piers Morgan takes down traffic wardens fining NHS staff in epic rant

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Piers Morgan has slammed traffic wardens fining emergency workers amid coronavirus.

The Good Morning Britain star tore down the traffic wardens in a sweary rant as he told them to: "Get a f****** life."

In a sweary rant, Piers ripped into the traffic wardens for slapping emergency health workers with huge bills when they have been fighting to save people from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Piers branded the "imbeciles" traffic warden's behaviour "disgusting" in the ultimate take down on Twitter with his 7.2million followers.

Completely outraged, the outspoken TV personality offered to pay NHS worker Debbie's parking fines and asked her publicly to send the tickets to him directly.

Coronavirus: Piers Morgan takes down traffic wardens fining NHS staff in epic rant
(Image: ITV)

He said: "If you're a traffic warden putting tickets on emergency health workers' cars as they fight to save people from #Coronavirus… get a f***ing life, you imbeciles. "

He added: "Disgusting. Send me the tickets Debbie & I will pay them."

It comes after Piers made a public statement to pay all fines for NHS workers amid coronavirus.

The star carried out the generous act to make a stand against the fines.

Doctors, nurses and healthcare workers have been working overtime to save people's lives across the country in a national effort to fight COVID-19 pandemic.

It comes after Piers made a public statement to pay all fines for NHS workers amid coronavirus
(Image: ITV/Shutterstock)

Celebs and NHS workers alike have been calling on the UK government to waive traffic fines for emergency staff in the crisis.

Piers stepped forward to say he would pay any parking fee slapped on an NHS worker at this tough time.

"I will say now, to any health worker during the future of this crisis, however long it lasts, if any of you get a parking ticket at a hospital where you're working, I will pay it for you. I will pay it," he told the nation on Tuesday.

"And I will then go to the government and have the battle, you don't get involved. Send it here to Good Morning Britain and I will pay the parking ticket, if that's what it takes."

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