Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is seen on a video obtained by The Mirror appearing to spit on a 14-year-old girl and her father through the window of his car whilst alongside them on the motorway.
The driver of the targeted vehicle can be heard goading the former Liverpool player following the club’s 2-1 defeat at Manchester United this weekend, when Carragher lowers his window and seems to unleash an enormous amount of spittle towards the pair.
After the clip was released by the newspaper, Carragher tweeted that he felt he was “totally out of order” and had “apologised personally to all the family” on Sunday evening.
This is a selection of the best Jamie Carragher spit jokes after the motorway incident:
Jamie Carragher has some aim… pic.twitter.com/V2fGPPXloM
— Lfc Kev (@Kev1Lfc) March 11, 2018
To be fair to Jamie Carragher – the spit was unintentional, he was simply asking for directions…
— Jay Motty (@JayMotty) March 11, 2018
Sky Sports were today left with no option but to terminate Jamie Carragher's contract after being @'d into a tweet of the video by ClinicalKnockaert. We would like to thank ClinicalKnockaert, 15, for his assistance in this matter.
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) March 11, 2018
How the fuck has Jamie Carragher got that much spittle to muster at a moments notice?
— General Burkinshaw (@TsideSpurs) March 11, 2018
Liverpool staff and players to wear shirts before their next game in support of Jamie Carragher spitting on a 14 year old girl
— Ben Towler (@Towlerrr) March 11, 2018
Filming and shouting abuse at Jamie Carragher with your son in the car while speeding on the motorway? What's the guys future Naz? pic.twitter.com/A2gDbdqlY6
— Derek Cooper (@cooperderek) March 11, 2018
When Jamie Carragher pulls up next to you at the traffic lights, with his window open. pic.twitter.com/NLoyfXws6s
— Nicole! 2.0 (@mademetoxic) March 11, 2018
De Gea is the only man who could save Jamie Carragher right now… pic.twitter.com/2xw60y6Buu
— Fred The Red (@redfreddevil) March 11, 2018
The spitting was misunderstood. Where Jamie Carragher comes from it’s a way of greeting someone; almost treating them like family. pic.twitter.com/mRhbWbImiL
— Mark Somers (@MarkSummy) March 12, 2018
— ONSIDEVIEW.COM (@theonsideview) March 11, 2018