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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury shame dozens flouting lockdown rules in Manchester

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Angry Molly-Mae Hague  and Tommy Fury have taken to Instagram to shame those openly disregarding lockdown in Manchester.

The fed-up pair shared videos of the rule-breakers soaking up the sun and refusing to social distance.

The Love Island couple, who are living in lockdown together, shamed those acting like normal at the city’s Cutting Room Square on Saturday afternoon.

They took to Instagram to ask why and said they couldn’t believe what they were seeing.

“What is going on out here? Why’s everybody out?” asked Tommy, who has more than three million followers on the platform.



They want to know why people in Manchester were not social distancing

“Honestly are we missing something or is social distancing not a thing anymore?” asked Molly-Mae, who is followed by four million on Instagram.

Alongside the clip on her she wrote: “I know it’s hot but what the actual hell?”

In another post on her Instagram stories she explained: “I know it’s VE Day and the weather is beautiful but the amount of people outside is actually insane considering we are still in a full lockdown.”

Boxer Tommy posted exploding head emojis with his video to express his frustration.



They are loved up in lockdown together – and unlike some they stayed inside

It was Tommy’s 21st birthday on Friday and Molly-Mae wasn’t going to let it be spoiled.

She gifted her boyfriend a thoughtful picture book for his big day, featuring some memorable moments from their relationship so far.

One of the pics is one of Tommy holding a car door with the caption: “Always getting the door.”

Another selfie included Molly-Mae holding a passport and saying: “Couldn’t wait to get home with you.”



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Elsewhere, a different picture referred to the couple as “Barbie and Ken” and also showed a throwback to a cute date at TGI Fridays.

Tommy is clearly loved up and was thrilled by the presents.

He shared an image of himself with the balloons on his Instagram account with the caption: “20, you were the best year of my life… 21, let’s make it even better.”

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