Piers Morgan has jokingly apologised that he is “not going to die” after undergoing tests in hospital.
The ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenter was seen with tubes in his nose while seemingly on a hospital bed in a picture posted on Twitter.
Poking fun at his divisive nature, Piers wrote: “Bad news … after some extensive hospital tests this morning it appears I’m not going to die.
“I can only apologise for all the upset & offence I know this development will cause.”
It’s believed he will be back on ‘GMB’ on Monday.
It’s been a busy week for the presenter, who started 2019 as he means to go on by getting needlessly infuriated by Greggs’ new vegan sausage roll.
He then ate one of ‘GMB’, spitting it into a bin, of course, and has now jokily blamed it for his health problems.
Tweeting on Saturday, he updated his followers on his health, revealing that he had stomach gastristis:
The ‘GMB’ host – who regularly uses the word “snowflakes” to call young people over-sensitive – spent hours tweeting about the vegan sausage roll, calling Greggs “PC-ravaged clowns”.
Thankfully, the chain’s social media team were well-equipped to deal with anyone left baffled by the new vegan sausage roll.