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VIDEO: Sunday Post columnist Ross King gets his revenge on Gerard Butler… by knocking his teeth out!

The aftermath of the 'punch' (ITV)
The aftermath of the 'punch' (ITV)

VIEWERS of Good Morning Britain have been treated to the latest instalment of the playful showbiz spat between our very own Ross King and Hollywood superstar Gerard Butler.

Back in March, Butler ‘knocked out’ the Sunday Post man during an interview ahead of the release of London Has Fallen.

But our showbiz guru finally got his own back on this morning’s show.

 

Speaking to Butler at the Toronto Film Festival, King asked if the Paisley-born star was a “lover, not a fighter” before swinging a right hook.

The “punch” connected well and appeared to take two of Butler’s teeth out!

“Payback is such a wonderful thing,” said King.

Despite the convincing fight scene, the two are close friends – Butler was a best man at King’s wedding.


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