Big Brother star Glen Coroner, otherwise known as DJ Spiral, was evicted from Lidl after not wearing a face mask.

The star was filmed being escorted out of the supermarket following a heated row with staff.

It's alleged to have taken place in Dublin and the video clip was shared on Twitter on Saturday and has since gone viral.

Back in 2006 he starred on Big Brother and now owns an events business.

At the start of the video, Coroner can be seen arguing with a man who looks as if he is wearing a Lidl uniform.

The staff member can be seen grabbing his basket and asking him to leave the store.

The video was shared on Twitter and quickly went viral

Coroner responds: "Excuse me, let go of that."

The man replies: "We are not serving you without a mask, excuse me please I am asking you to leave the store."

Glen then responds: "What do you mean, why? I have a constitutional right, what are you doing?"

A woman recording says: "You are going online just letting you know."

Coroner was told that he was being filmed during the spat

The man then asks Glen to leave the store one further time as he responds: "No, I am not leaving the store."

Glen adds: "I am not leaving the store, I know my constitutional rights, ring the police."

The man then walks Glen to the front of the store as the woman continues recording the situation.

But Glen doesn't leave and continues going on and on as he shouts: "Are you not letting me get my milk?"

Coroner was on Big Brother back in 2008

The man promptly responds: "No" as he walks out of sight, Glen looks to the camera and says: "Keep recording this."

The man believed to be the Lidl employee says: "I am asking you nicely to leave the store and keep your distance."

Glen responds: "You are the one that is on top of me, please move out my way, I want to get my milk."

The clip finishes with police outside a Lidl store with Glen saying off camera: "This is what I don’t understand you try and explain this to them, do you know what I mean?"