Gordon Ramsay's son accused of calling festival goer 'f**king scum' after 'row over burger'
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Gordon Ramsay apparently isn't the only member of his family accustomed to dropping insults as his son Jack has now been accused of throwing out one of his own at a festival in Cornwall. You can watch the altercation below:
Jack, 22, was at the Titan festival near Polzeath on Sunday (21 August) when he got into an argument with another festivalgoer, who took it upon themselves to film the scene.
From behind the camera, the unnamed man can be heard encouraging Jack to repeat what he just said while a member of security appeared to be trying to put some distance between them.
Jack was all too happy to repeat his words, however, and channelled his dad's insult skills by calling the man 'scum' and appearing to tell him to 'f**k off'.
He explained: "Whilst eating my chips with my friends there was an order being called for 20 minutes but no one claimed it.
"So we hustled over and claimed the ticket even though it wasn't ours just so we could carry on eating our chips without hearing the number being called out."
The man and his friends put the order on their table and 'let it sit there', but the rightful owner of the burger soon became clear.
He explained: "Jack came over to claim his burger. This is where things got interesting because his reaction to being late for his order and the fact we had taken it and put it on a table for him he wouldn't accept."
The man claimed Jack's friend had slapped him around the face with the burger after learning it had been taken without permission, and this in turn led to a more physical altercation.
"I wasn't very happy about having a burger juice dripping out of my ear so I decided to confront him which resulted in me trying to throw him over [a] counter as a reaction to having a burger slapped in my face.
"This then obviously escalated into a brawl and security stepped in."
The man claimed that Jack had 'decided that we are all f*cking scum', claiming he shouted the insult towards his group 'despite none of [them] calling him any rude names in return'.
"For some reason it seems he feels he is far superior to anyone else and has the right to not only shout abuse at people, but to get aggressive over a burger which he had the audacity to order and then disappear at its delivery time," he said.
LADbible has reached out to a spokesperson for Jack for comment.