The coronavirus lockdown has caused havoc across the world, with sport no exception to that.

And just like the rest of us, footballers have a lot more spare time on their hands to do as they please.

Championship results, 28 January 2017

Timm Klose has been an ever-present for Norwich this season

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As a result there are any increasing number of players who are engaging with supporters – more so than ever before – through social media channels.

One of those is Norwich City defender Timm Klose, although we sense he shared just a little bit too much personal information than he would have probably planned to on his latest Instagram story.

Kloss shared a picture of him watching a programme on Netflix, but unknowingly (we presume… although it did happen on April Fool’s Day) had another tab open to the adult website Pornhub on his laptop – a rather snazzy Apple MacBook it must be said.

Hawk-eyed football fans didn’t miss a trick though, and had a right old chuckle at the 31-year-old’s expense after spotting the gaffe.

Klose shared just a little too much info with fans – or was it just a prank?

Klose shared just a little too much info with fans – or was it just a prank?

“Timm Klose keeping himself busy with no football,” joked @DoodyBCFC.

And another user, @CastCanary, also picked up on the mishap, commenting: “Looks like Timm Klose is enjoying lockdown” accompanied with a laughing emoji.

Klose, who has been on Norwich’s books since 2016, has only made one appearance for Daniel Farke’s men this season owing to a serious knee injury.

They currently lie four points adrift at the bottom of the Premier League, although it is still unknown when, or even if, the 2019/20 campaign will resume due to the UK’s worst national health crisis in a generation.

Klose, along with the rest of the Norwich playing squad and senior staff, have agreed to donate a percentage of their salaries to help those negatively impacted by COVID-19.

The club’s owners and directors have also contributed to the fund, which amounts to over £200,000.

It will initially be used to buy and distribute food and essential toiletry packages for those in need in the Norwich and the wider Norfolk community.


 

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