Dr Ranj has issued a warning to his followers after he was robbed after leaving the Brit Awards on Tuesday night.
The This Morning doctor, 42, was in attendance at the UK’s biggest night in music on at the O2 Arena and shared with his followers how he was robbed as he tried to get a taxi on his way home, after heading to Soho.
In a text post shared to Instagram, Dr Ranj said: “A little word of warning…
“I had the BEST night last night. Sadly, on my way home from Soho when I was walking to get a taxi, I was approached by a man who robbed me. It all happened so quickly and luckily I wasn’t hurt at all (the git stole my watch though), but it could have been so much worse.
“I foolishly chased after him but he got away. I now know that’s not a good idea as sometimes these people will lead you into a trap.”
The doctor then issued a warning to his followers to be careful when coming home in the evenings, even if they think they are in a safe area.
Ranj continued: “I wasn’t going to say anything because I felt stupid and a bit embarrassed, but after speaking to some friends I thought it might serve as a reminder: please be careful when coming home at night, even in spaces you think are safe. Look out for each other peeps x”.
Last night Brit Awards were eventful, seeing Adele scoop three awards for her latest album 30, new show host Mo Gilligan making a dig at Boris Johnson and ‘partygate’ and Anne-Marie fall over during her performance but carry on like a ‘trooper’.
The show also saw Adele spark engagement rumours as she appeared on the red carpet wearing a massive diamond and Maya Jama squirm as co-host Mo grilled her on her engagement to NBA player Ben Simmons.
Dr Ranj was at the event as he shared photos of himself with some fellow celebs including Strictly Come Dancing's Graziano Di Prima and TV star Vick Hope.
The star welcomed OK! to his London flat in 2020 and spoke about finding himself after splitting from his wife in 2008.
At the time, Ranj said: “I’m single and I’m actually quite happy unless someone comes along and swipes me off my feet. I just said swipe, but I meant sweep – that’s how instilled in us dating apps are!
"A few weeks ago, somebody asked me, 'Why are you single?' and it almost felt like they were saying, 'What’s wrong with you? Is it six toes? An extra nipple?'
“Being single can also be a choice. There is so much pressure to be with someone, and then there’s apps and TV shows about coupling up. It’s all fabulous, but sometimes it’s good to be single. You can’t be happy with someone else until you’re happy with yourself."
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