UK football legend filmed chewing his daughter's toe nails
Former Manchester United player, Paul Scholes, has gone viral after his daughter posted a weird video of him biting her toe nails.
In a bizarre and kind of disturbing video, the now coach and co-owner of Salford City can be seen nibbling on his daughter's toe nails.
wtf have I seen thats paul scholes... pic.twitter.com/hKxEH0PoUP— abhik #oleout (@AbhikUTD) October 23, 2021
Captioned, 'true love' it's not clear what the purpose of the clip was but naturally, people have a lot to say about it online.
Scholes when people ask what his favourite part of his daughter is: https://t.co/js9UprIBmP— Jaack (@Jaack) October 24, 2021
Paul scholes when his daughter takes her socks off 😮💨 pic.twitter.com/nxY6PgY3dR— Chris Stoddart (@ChrisStoddart7) October 24, 2021
“Dad have you seen the nail clippers lying around?”— James (@_NotJames_) October 23, 2021
Paul Scholes: pic.twitter.com/zuOXcvDZBn
Scholes’s favourite breakfast pic.twitter.com/ZydNmSymZ3— Dan Bowen (@DanBowe21102889) October 24, 2021
This whole festy foot saga has revealed the *interesting* relationship Paul has with his 20-year-old daughter, Alicia.
Does Paul Scholes know people can see him commenting on his daughters Instagram ?????😳😳 pic.twitter.com/RnBTd4UJ3M— Chris Stoddart (@ChrisStoddart7) October 23, 2021
While many people find the whole thing a bit odd, others have run to Scholes' defense. One user said, "please tell me these comments aren't real".
Another Tweeter posted, "It's his daughter, his baby. He loves her and he supports her. Stop sexualizing a woman so much that she cannot have a stupid moment with her dad. Let us men be better dads."
its his daughter. his baby.— himalayantiger5 (@himalayantiger5) October 24, 2021
he loves her and he supports her.
stop sexualizing a woman so much that she cannot have a stupid moment with her dad.
let us men be better dads.
Paul Scholes has since posted to his Instagram story commenting on the incident.
Responding to a message from a stranger that read 'drop dead', the footballer wrote, "this is one of the nicer comments I've had this weekend.... I've had better ones."
The bad weekend he's referring too might also have something to do with Manchester United's 5-0 loss to Liverpool.
Images (paulscholesaaa / Instagram)