One of Preston's greatest sporting stars has revealed his worries over returning to pubs following their reopening after more than three months of lockdown.
Since March 23, pubs and bars have been closed under strict lockdown rules to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
But as of today (July 4), they can finally reopen their doors to the public, albeit with strict social distancing and hygiene rules.
In a tweet to his almost two million followers, former England and Lancashire cricketer Andrew Flintoff said he 'fears for the weeks ahead' following the latest change to lockdown rules.
He said that even in his most prominent drinking days, he would still be staying away if those times were during Covid-19.
In the tweet, Flintoff said: "Not even in my drinking heyday would I go near a pub at the minute.
"I fear for the weeks ahead."
Flintoff was responding to TV presenter Piers Morgan.
Morgan said: "Reopening Britain's pubs on a sunny Saturday in July was dumb enough.
"Letting them open from 6am is stupefyingly stupid.
"Does anyone at No 10 have a brain? Or do they just want us all to die? Serious questions."