Footage has sadly appeared on social media of a drunk Paul Gascoigne appearing to ask a fan who idolises him for drugs.
The video recorder can be seen saying to him that he’s his hero and then lists the clubs that the England legend played for.
However Gascoigne tries to interrupt him and asks “are you a druggie?”, leaving the fan left rather surprised at what he has just been asked.
Gazza then says “please, I’ll pay” and then asks “can you get me cocaine, I pay?” and then the fan says “I could, erm, I could ask?”.
Paul is heard saying something else though we can’t really make out what it was exactly.
Paul Gascoigne needs serious help! He's drunk 24/7 pic.twitter.com/JDl1RrOWvK
— Jamrock1986 (@jamrock_1986) May 31, 2019
The video clip has since been watched thousands of times and has quickly gone viral, though many has called for it to be deleted.
Others have instead urged someone or even the Professional Footballers’ Association to help him with his battling addictions.
Well known talkSPORT Radio and Sky Sports match reporter Tony Incenzo took to tweet “A public message to the @PFA. PLEASE ARRANGE SOME HELP FOR PAUL GASCOIGNE” to his followers.
A public message to the @PFA
PLEASE ARRANGE SOME HELP FOR PAUL GASCOIGNE
— TonyIncenzoTalkSPORT (@TonyIncenzo) May 31, 2019
Paul Gascoigne looked to be doing well in recent months following recent appearances on television shows including Good Morning Britain where he talked of his excitement about doing talks with Vinnie Jones around the country.
He also came on the pitch during Tottenham’s legend match for the new stadium opening.
He said: “It was really good. I cried after it.
“I trained hard for about three months for that then obviously my achilles… but the ovation I got was unbelievable.
“For the time I spent there and the fans – I didn’t expect that. Some of the fans now probably weren’t born when I was playing.”
Vinnie said with him in the GMB studio: “It’s hard as you retire as Gazza knows. You’re training with everybody, with the lads every day, you’re having banter, great fun, and then all of a sudden one day it stops.
“I was lucky enough to go onto something else but when you try and stay in the game, you know, alcohol is a disease and Gazza fights very well with that now, just like he did when he played.”
After watching the video, fans took to give their reaction on it, find out what they had to say on the next page.