Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, 54, said his car had been broken into, with a thief taking his golf clubs. “Many thanks to the cowardly little s**t who broke into my car and stole my golf bag and clubs,” he wrote, in view of his 6.6 million Twitter followers. Uploading a picture of the bag and clubs on a course, he added: “They’re these newish @CallawayGolf Rogues (below), so if anyone sees them offered for sale, let me know and you’ll be handsomely rewarded. As for the thief, I’ll find you.”
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Piers to ask for more information on the incident.
Calloway Golf Rogues retail on the official website for from £614 to £845 per set.
Piers is a keen golfer, previously telling Today’s Golfer he is fiercely competitive when he plays.
“I don’t like to lose at anything and I always like to have a little bet on the golf course,” he said in an interview last year.
“I remember playing at Wentworth with JP McManus and we took on Vinnie Jones and a friend of his.
“It went to the 18th hole and Vinne, who was standing over his putt, suddenly looked up and said, ‘If I get this, you guys loose £200,’” he recalled.
“So, we went, ‘Yeah, alright.’ He turned around, hit it 50 yards the other way, and said, ‘It’s been a good day lads. Let’s walk away, quits.’ I thought that was pretty cool.”
At the time, Piers also said he hadn’t ever seen a big golf tournament live.
“I would love to play Augusta or even just walk it,” he added. “That’s a bucket list thing, definitely.”
Elsewhere, the GMB presenter is never afraid to express his opinion and rarely minces his words, as he proved when Piers Morgan made a joke about Meghan Markle and the royal baby.
Following news Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 37, had welcomed a baby boy on Monday morning, he once again used Twitter as a platform to air his grievances.
“Trying, but currently failing, to muster up a semblance of enthusiasm for this royal baby story before tomorrow’s @GMB,” he tweeted.
“Hopefully Meghan will announce her son is identifying as a gender-fluid began before we go on air.”
However, in a surprisingly out-of-character move, Piers later backtracked on his comment, revealing in his Daily Mail column that he had received a telling off from his mother.
“I’d posted a snarky ‘Trying, but currently failing, to muster up a semblance of enthusiasm for this royal baby’ tweet yesterday afternoon when I received an urgent text message from my mother,” he said. “‘Think back to how you felt when your little lot were born,’ she wrote. ‘You don’t want people ruining it.’
“Of course, she was right, as mothers usually are,” he continued, contrite. “It was needlessly churlish of me to express such public disinterest in the birth of Meghan and Harry’s son.”
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