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Gordon Ramsay poses with lookalike son Oscar on the back of motorbike

por Scotty Mercer (2020-06-15)


He was recently slammed for using a taxpayer-funded scheme to pay hundreds of his staff who were furloughed amid the coronavirus crisis. 

But Gordon Ramsay put the drama aside as he shared an adorable snapshot to Instagram on Monday.

The TV chef, 53, beamed as he posed with 13-month-old Oscar on the back of a motorbike in Daymer Bay, Cornwall.






Adorable: Gordon Ramsay, 53, beamed as he posed with 13-month-old Oscar on the back of a motorbike in Daymer Bay, Cornwall


He donned a pair of cargo shorts and a black T-shirt as he hunched over and held his lookalike son in position.






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Gordon uploaded the photo and thanked fellow chef Paul Ainsworth for temporarily lending the pair his bike for the photoshoot.

The caption read: 'Biker Boy thanks for the ride @paulainsw6rth @oscarjramsay.'   






Awkward: It comes after reports that some of the workers made redundant by Ramsay amid the coronavirus crisis are being paid via the furlough scheme














It comes after reports that some of the workers made redundant by Ramsay amid the coronavirus crisis are being paid via the furlough scheme that is estimated to cost the government around £80billion of taxpayers' money.

An email seen by the Sun On Sunday from Gordon Ramsay Restaurants' HR Director Sarah Anderson to a London-based worker read: 'Should you not wish to apply for a new role, you will remain on the furlough scheme for the duration of your notice.' 

A source told The Sun: 'The furlough scheme is called the job retention scheme - but that is not what he seems to be using it for. They are sacking people anyway.'

The same source went on to claim senior members of staff in Ramsay's restaurants were being offered lower-paid jobs, including telling a supervisor to become a bartender.

Ramsay, who is thought to be worth close to £200million, has restaurants across London, including in Mayfair and ??? ??? ?? The Strand.

Alec Shelbrooke said there were questions over whether Mr Ramsay had exploited taxpayers, adding: 'It will have to be carefully looked at whether the scheme was used to increase the profits of the company.'

The lockdown led Ramsay to lay off 500 employees in March, with no guarantee their jobs would be safe in the future.






Sunny stroll: Ramsay has grabbed headlines throughout the lockdown after he had his wrist slapped for flouting lockdown rules as he continued to relish his time out of London


Chefs, waiters and other staff were called to a meeting and told their contracts were being terminated - rather than being furloughed on 80 per cent pay.

It triggered a wave of anger, including from chef Anca Torpuc who at the time branded the celebrity chef a 'piece of 's***' for his decision.

Ramsay has grabbed headlines throughout the lockdown after he had his wrist slapped for flouting lockdown rules.

The coastguard reportedly issued the father-of-five with an official warning after he was seen in Rock, Fowey, Port Isaac and Newquay - some distance from his lavish home. 

MailOnline has approached Gordon Ramsay Restaurants for comment.