Former Tottenham striker Mido has sent fans into hysterics after smoking a cigarette while doing sit-ups on a yacht.
The 40-year-old ex-Spurs player retired from football in 2013 after being sacked by Barnsley.
And it’s safe to say he’s let himself go a little since he quit his career.
The Egyptian, who won the Africa Cup of Nations with his country in 2006, shared a video Instagram of him training on a private boat.
But when the camera panned around, he found he had a cigarette in his mouth.
In response, one social media user said, “Cigarettes and exercise don’t mix 😂😂😂.”
Another added: “Back to pre-season big man?😂😂🏃♂️🏃♂️.”
And a third simply replied: “King 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”
Mido contributed 19 goals and five assists in 61 games for Tottenham between 2005 and 2007.
He was part of Martin Jol’s famous ‘Lasgnagate’ side who fell ill and lost 2-1 to West Ham on the final day of the 2005/06 season – missing out on Champions League qualification against rivals Arsenal.
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His stay in north London was followed by stints at Ajax, Marseille and Roma.
Mido left Tottenham and enjoyed six more years of football before taking early retirement aged just 30.
In the latter stages of his career he played for the likes of Middlesbrough, Wigan and West Ham.
But he scored just 16 club goals in the five years before an appearance for Barnsley in the Championship ended his club career.