Piers Morgan reacts to Tom Brady’s cliff-jumping video with daughter ‘Absolutely shocking’
In the clip, the sportsman can be seen holding onto his daughter’s hand before doing a three-two-one countdown and jumping into the water.
He shared the video in view of his 6.3 million Instagram followers with the caption: “If Vivi is going to be an Olympic champion one day, it probably won’t be in synchronized diving.”
“‘Daddy always gives her a 10 though!” he added, followed by three medal emojis.
While many seemingly enjoyed watching Tom having fun with his daughter, many accused him of putting her in danger.
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, 54, seemingly mocked criticism surrounding the NFL star on Twitter.
He posted the clip with his 6.72 million followers with the caption: “Absolutely shocking to see a father playing with his daughter in such a fun, harmless way.
“Arrest him immediately,” he added.
Social media users shared their thoughts on Piers’ post regarding Tom’s antics.
One user wrote: “She didn’t jump with him tho and she fell very awkwardly which was a little dangerous and close to the rocks.”
A second commented: “To be fair, she was way behind him, that could have ended badly.”
Other social media users seemingly enjoyed the clip, with one writing: “A moment they will cherish forever.”
“Hardly even a cliff either is it, can’t do anything these days,” a second penned.
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Tom for comment.
Elsewhere earlier this month, Piers Morgan hit out at the BBC for scrapping their late night politics show This Week.
Piers appeared on the last episode of BBC show, after it was announced Andrew Neil, 70, had decided to step down after 16 years.
Viewers flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on Piers’ appearance on the show, with one writing: “Enjoying @piersmorgan on #bbctw. Seems this format suits him quite well.
“Another reason it’s incredibly annoying it’s ending!
“Don’t get me wrong, Ive disagreed with views often over the years, but I absolutely love the show and @afneil better remain at the heart of BBC Politics.”
Piers wrote back: “Thanks, and I totally agree – ridiculous decision by the BBC.”
Alongside a picture of and Andrew, he added on Twitter: “Seems extraordinary to me that it’s coming off air after 16yrs when the host is at the peak of his political analyst/interviewer powers.
“But anyway, we’ll send him off in style.”
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