Harry Redknapp’s live interview was crashed by son Jamie strolling around in the background topless – with cameras capturing it all.

The former Tottenham manager was speaking to talkRADIO’s Mark Dolan about the controversial European Super League when he was joined by an unexpected guest.

In the clip shared to talkRADIO’s Twitter channel, Harry can be seen readying himself to answer Mark’s question.

But, before he can, Jamie appears in the corridor behind him with no clothes on whatsoever.

He is carrying what looks like shower gel and, when he realises his dad is having an interview, darts into another room.

Amazingly, the interview carried on without hesitation as if neither Mark or Harry noticed the intruder.

Viewers were left in hysterics after seeing the clip on Twitter, with one commenting: “Haha, that’s brilliant.”

Another joked: “Oh what a treat.”

Harry has joined the wider footballing community in condemning the formation of the European Super League, which sees the world’s biggest teams competing in an exclusive competition with no threat of relegation.

“It's all about money,” he previously told LBC.

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“These clubs their interest is not the fans, it's about money.

“We’ve got Inter Milan, A.C. Milan, no disrespect, they’d struggle to finish in the top 8 in England, in the Premier League.

“These are not super teams, you know, these are teams, it’s a make-up league between three countries, and they see big money and that’s all it’s about.”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince William have also joined many of the game’s biggest names in speaking out against the proposals.

And footballing authorities both in the UK and worldwide have suggested any teams and players taking part could be banned from all other competitions.

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