Football fans across the world have taken to social media in a show of solidarity with England legend Paul Gascoigne, following his latest alcohol fuelled incident.
A report from The Sun, reveals that the ex-England international recently exposed himself to passers-by in the middle of the street by accident, whilst on a mission to find alcohol near his flat in Dorset.
The footballing icon was snapped heading to buy booze in only a dressing gown, and as ‘Gazza’ got out of his cab, his gown accidently fell, exposing his naked body to the public for a brief moment of time.
This unsavoury incident follows a story from last week where ‘Gazza’ was helped into an ambulance in bare feet with a cut head, following another drunk fuelled evening.
Gazza has been in and out of rehab during his decade-long battle against alcoholism.
Despite pledging to kick booze, the former Newcastle and Spurs star has fallen off the wagon on several occasions.
Following the events of the last seven days there are now fresh fears for the health of Paul Gascoigne from worried supporters.
In light of this recent story, football fans have taken to Twitter to rally behind their former hero.
There seems to be a lot of blame laid at the feet of The Sun, for covering such a story.
Check out some of the Tweets below.
The Sun's treatment of Paul Gascoigne, an ill man mocked for symptoms of an illness, shows how much mental health stigma is still out there.— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) July 11, 2016
The Sun newspaper sinks lower every day leave Paul Gascoigne alone & give him a bit of dignity he clearly is an unwell man— Johnny Hunt (@Huntyroyal) July 12, 2016
The Sun are intent on demonising and harassing Paul Gascoigne until something tragic happens. They're an absolute disgrace— Harry Sherlock (@Harry_Sherlock) July 12, 2016
Images of Gascoigne so sad to see. England hero who needs serious help, not negative publicity in the papers— Josh Challies (@Challies11) July 12, 2016
God save this man, Gascoigne https://t.co/WoklcWELxh— Eric Ankrah (@ankrahbi) July 12, 2016
In support of arguably England's greatest ever footballer I'll be wearing my Italia '90 Gascoigne top for the day. #FootballersLivesMatter— Benny Lee Hardie (@BenLeeHardie) July 12, 2016
Only 1 paul gascoigne— gordonfraser (@gordonfraser15) July 11, 2016
Sad to see the gutter press dragging Paul Gascoigne down to their level again.. The guy needs love and help, not this treatment #Gazza— Jamie H (@jamiefrombrum) July 12, 2016