MILLIONAIRE plumber Charlie Mullins and Brexit supporter George Galloway were embroiled in a furious row over Jeremy Corbyn and the EU vote.
Tory donor Mr Mullins warned the former Respect Party leader he would tell him to “F-off” as the pair tussled over disagreements on the European Union and employment tribunal fees.
The Pimlico Plumbers boss branded Mr Corbyn a “t***” during an interview on Radio 4’s World at One on Thursday.
Mr Galloway hit out at the Remainer, who bankrolled the successful legal bid to give Parliament a vote on Brexit.
Speaking on talkRADIO, the ex MP said: “I think the language that he used on the BBC about Jeremy Corbyn yesterday was completely unwarranted.
Charlie Mullins challenged George Galloway after a heated attack over Brexit and Jeremy Corbyn
There aren’t many people I let have a go at me and thank God you’re not in front of me having a go
“When all that Jeremy Corbyn was doing was supporting the right of workers to go to an industrial tribunal and get legal aid.”
Mr Mullins cut in to say the former Labour politician needed to think again.
He said: “I think you haven’t done your homework mate.”
But Mr Galloway continued his rant as he accused the millionaire of attempting to “sabotage the decision of the British people” over Brexit.
He said: “That’s another thing I’ve got against you. You’re helping are you not, to fund the court action to try to sabotage the decision of the British people in the EU referendum.
Mr Mullins did not take the comments lying down and suggested the duo meet up to discuss the issues further.