THE VIDEO has been shared widely on social media.
Rangers legend Ally McCoist has said that the man who took a video of Neil Lennon out in England on Tuesday night is a "complete disgrace".
The video, which has been shared widely on social media, sees the Irishman acting somewhat strangely, while the person who is recording him is hurling abuse in his direction.
Lennon was recently let go as Celtic manager, after failing to help the Scottish giants win a historic 10th league title in a row.
Speaking on his radio show on Talksport, McCoist said: "I find stuff like this disgusting. We don’t know what state they’re in and how vulnerable they feel.
"It shouldn’t be allowed. In my opinion it’s a complete and utter invasion of his privacy.
"And by the way I’ve been that way when you’re worse for wear with beer and alcohol.
"I’m not going to preach to anybody about it but I think the invasion of privacy is a complete disgrace."
He also said that the camera phone is "one of the worst inventions in the world", and that he and Lennon have a friendly relationship, despite being so closely affiliated with such fierce rivals.
Former Premier League footballer Jamie O'Hara agreed with McCoist, saying that the video made him "sick".
If you get a phone out to record someone who’s clearly in a bit of bother instead of helping them, then your the wanker, society has gone and everyone is just ready to try and make a name for themselves off someone else’s troubles, makes me sick, #NeilLennon
— Jamie Ohara (@Mrjamieohara1) April 13, 2021