Gordon Ramsay continues to put backlash from his Cornish neighbours to the back of his mind as he nipped out for a coffee and to collect some firewood.
The TV chef joined son Jack on a trip out as the pair were spotted in three different stores.
Gordon and his boy, 20, also stopped at the butchers and a local deli to stock up before heading home.
The Kitchen Nightmares star, 53, sported orange shades as he stepped out again - risking the wrath of locals.
He and his family have put on a united front after Gordon was reportedly slapped with a warning for flouting the lockdown by a coastal guard.
Residents are also fed up of the constant bike riding - and have made their feelings on the matter known.
One wrote a furious social media post as they threatened action.
"Don’t you realise that by doing that you’ve possibly brought the virus with you and because Cornwall is not your main residence, if you and your family get sick you will place yet more strain on an already fragile infrastructure," they wrote.
"I’m reporting you to the police. What you’ve done is against the law and I hope they force you back to London."
Gordon is with wife Tana and their five children in the south west.
Jack's twin sister Holly, Meghan, 21, 17-year-old Tilly, and one-year-old Oscar are all at their second home until the lockdown is lifted.
It is also said he got into a row with one local, something Gordon hasn't responded to.
But he has spoken out on Instagram - and it wouldn't have gone down well in Cornwall.
He took to social media to say everyone should be leaving the house - and told those not going outside to stop being lazy.
On Wednesday he said: "Wake up its a beautiful morning, wake up its a beautiful day, get your a** on the bike and move.
"Had a quick cup of tea and then decided to attack some hills on this beautiful machine. Move your a**."
On Saturday he went for a dip in the sea to cool off after a walk down to the beach.