Jose Mourinho has been accused by a 14-year-old schoolboy of shoving him on a street in London.
Footage shows the Chelsea manager walking through the high-end shopping district of Knightsbridge whilst chatting on his mobile phone.
Upon spotting that he is being filmed, Mourinho appears to move towards the camera. The picture then shakes wildly.
The boy filming the video was teenager Otto Nahmmacher, whose father afterwards said to The Sun regarding Mourinho: "He's losing the plot".
Otto alleged in The Sun: “I did not say a word to him. He walked over to me, then he pushed me."
Watch footage of the incident below...
The incident was allegedly filmed in west London on Sunday, the day after Chelsea's comfortable 2-0 home win over Aston Villa.
Chelsea have been contacted for comment.
Last night, Chelsea were in action again, drawing 0-0 with Dynamo Kiev in Ukraine. It was a result that has compounded a difficult start to the season for the Blues and their manager. Results for the reigning Premier League champions have not been of the standard expected, whilst Mourinho has been at the centre of a couple of controversies. He was fined £50,000 by the Football Association for criticising a referee and publicly admonished Chelsea medic Eva Carneiro, who subsequently left the club.
Chelsea are next in action against West Ham, who they play on Saturday.
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