Queen’s Brian May rips glutes while gardening

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Media captionBrian May on re-producing We Are The Champions for the NHS

Brian May has mentioned he is in “relentless suffering” next a gardening mishap through lockdown.

“I managed to rip my Gluteus Maximus to shreds in a instant of about-enthusiastic gardening,” the Queen star described in an Instagram write-up on Thursday.

May mentioned he had to go to hospital for a scan and would not be capable to stroll devoid of guidance for a though.

He mentioned he would “will need a entire break” though he recovered from the damage.

The incident comes just after Queen released a new edition of We Are The Champions to increase funds for the Globe Overall health Organization’s Covid-19 fund.

The single, which has been renamed You Are The Champions as a tribute to health-related employees, features May, drummer Roger Taylor and US singer Adam Lambert, and was recorded below lockdown.

May informed the BBC final 7 days that he was “angry and unfortunate” that healthcare personnel in the United kingdom have been “predicted to go in and risk their life” devoid of appropriate protecting devices.

A modern BBC Panorama investigation learned that there have been no gowns, visors, swabs or system bags in the government’s pandemic stockpile when Covid-19 arrived at the United kingdom.

More than one hundred NHS and healthcare personnel are identified to have died with the virus through the outbreak.