Paul Gascoigne has got everyone talking with his latest social media offering, showing off his trout pout in a unusual-looking selfie.
The former England footballer posed with his shirt undone and a crucifix on show whilst debuting a seriously wrinkle-free face.
Teasing his nephews on their birthday, he wrote, "Oh hello enjoy today. I bet you’s wished you look like uncle Paul when you’d get older ha.
"Have a lovely & fantastic day big hugs from GAZZA X"
The image was immediately hit by a slew of negative comment from fans, with many scratching their heads over the pout.
Gazza pictured in August
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"Stop pouting man," urged one, while another questioned, "What’s that f***ing weird pout about brother?"
But others jumped to his defence, insisting, "Leave him to its f***ing Gazza! He can do what he wants. Bloody legend mun."
It comes just days after British Transport Police confirmed that the 51-year-old had bee charged with sexual assault following an alleged incident on a train from York to Durham.
The former England player pictured in 1990
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The soccer star – who denies any wrong-doing – was arrested at Durham station on August 20, with a spokesperson for the force confirming, "A man is due to appear in court next month charged in connection with the sexual assault of a woman on board a train from York to Durham.
"Paul Gascoigne, of Leicester, was charged via postal requisition with one count of sexual assault by touching, contrary to Section 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
"The charge relates to an incident on board a train on August 20 this year."
Gazza, however, denied the allegation in a since-deleted tweet, writing, "I respect all women".