Piers Morgan has revealed he is officially back to work after jetting out to Los Angeles, sharing a dramatic back-lit photo in front of the skyline.
The broadcaster, 56, rocked a dark outfit as he told his followers: ‘OK. It’s time to get back to work.’
Friend and fellow presenter Richard Arnold joked in his comments: ‘Back lit. Such a waste. Are you taken? #askingforafriend.’
His work jaunt comes after it was revealed a man was arrested after sending Piers and his son death threats online.
Piers had shared a front page announcing the news and telling his fans: ‘Cowardly threats have consequences.’
His son Spencer, 28, also posted in the comments: ‘Chat s**t get banged up.’
Piers had reportedly received messaged from the troll telling him he was a ‘marked man’ and that his son would ‘get it’ if Piers didn’t.
A 43-year-old man was arrested in Manchester, with the Metropolitan Police saying in a statement: ‘On Wednesday 17 February 2021, police received a report of malicious communications relating to messages sent on social media.
‘Officers have spoken with the complainant in person. On 3 August a 43-year-old man was arrested in Manchester on suspicion of making threats to kill.
‘He has been released under investigation while inquiries continue. The investigation remains ongoing.’
Piers told The Sun: ‘People think it’s perfectly OK to make death threats to public figures on social media but it’s not — there has to be a line drawn, especially when family members are targeted.
‘That’s why I reported it and I am grateful to the Met Police and Greater Manchester Police for taking it so seriously.’
The investigation into the troll has been ongoing since the messages were posted almost a year ago and led to Piers beefing up his home security, including installing a panic button.