Piers Morgan was greeted with an unusual surprise when he returned to his car yesterday, after discovering a note attached to his windscreen.
Piers, 55, believes he was left a note from a former Number 10 employee grilling Boris Johnson’s government.
The outspoken former newspaper editor is often praised for criticising the government and has recently called them out for failing to appear on Good Morning Britain.
The Good Morning Britain co-anchor shared the mystery letter to his Twitter followers, claiming he found it “intriguing”.
Piers’ anonymous note read: “Keep on sticking it to them you legend! I freelance for (name was scratched out).
“I was in No10 during the first cabinet. They were so f***ing full of themselves.”
Cabinet stands for the top MPs currently in office and changes each time a new Prime Minister is elected or there is a “reshuffle”, which happened in February.
Taking to Twitter, Piers penned: “Found this stuck in my car windscreen wiper.
“A nice – and intriguing – touch as we enter Day 68 of the Government’s boycott of @GMB for asking them tough questions about their shambolic handling of the coronavirus crisis.”
The replies section to his tweet instantly blew up, with one fan saying: “The government boycott of GMB is a disgrace.”
While a second went on to say: “Keep sticking it to them indeed. You are one of the few journalists holding them to account.”
A third added: “It’s very cowardly of them. But I think we just now have to accept as long as Boris is in office no one from the government will come on the show.”
Last month, Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid claimed it was a “dereliction of duty” for MPs to refuse to appear on the magazine programme.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.