Pink’s husband Carey Hart has taken a second swipe at fans who accused him of exposing other people to their one-year-old son Jameson’s hand, foot and mouth disease.
In a new Instagram post, Carey said tongue in cheek it was ‘a miracle’ that no-one close to them had caught the disease during Pink’s tour Down Under.
‘Glad to be back with the family after a couple days away racing. Jameson is back to normal and willow is healthy as well,’
‘Can you believe that of the 80+ crew and band on tour, wife, daughter, nannies, myself, and restaurant patrons; no one go HF&M???? It must be a miracle!!!!!!!!
He added the hashtags: ‘GuessThePediatricianKnowsHisShit,’ ‘LittleFuelForTheFire,’
Carey came under fire after he shared an Instagram snap of Jameson while he was suffering from a rash – one of the main symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease.
‘Wanna know how glamorous tour can be? Jameson has hand, foot and mouth,’
‘And I had him at breakfast yesterday and this vile woman at the table next to us kept staring at him with a sh**y look on her face,’ he continued, ‘I told her it was bed bugs.’
When some fans initially claimed he may be exposing others, he hit back with several posts: ‘Are you serious? You are what’s wrong with this judgmental world.’
He also responded to another fan who criticised his parenting: ‘What’s your point? You think I let my kids eat off other people’s plates? Hand, foot and mouth disease, or HFMD, is a virus most common in children under age 10, and often under age five.
Meanwhile Pink and the family are now touring in New Zealand before returning to Australia to complete some rescheduled dates after she fell ill with a gastric virus which forced her o cancel several dates on her tour.