A huge caricature of broadcaster Piers Morgan has appeared on a cycle track near Stroud.

The impressive mural was spotted this week under the bridge on the Stroud to Nailsworth cycle track at Woodchester, a spot known for its graffiti art.

These pictures were taken by Maxine Cook and posted on the Nailsworth Chat and Information community Facebook page.

Whoever is behind the work is clearly satirising the former Good Morning Britain presenter's decision to storm off the set last week and quit after refusing to apologise for comments about Meghan Markle.

Morgan is depicted in a Jobcentre, clutching the desk angrily with the one hand while the other is hitting the surface, fist clenched.

A sagging chin droops over the edge while piercing blue eyes stare out at passers-by.

Impressive blue designs bookend the work, which appears to be signed with two tags - RAKE and NK.

The artist clearly thinks Morgan owes the Duchess of Sussex an apology - however her name is spelt wrong in the speech bubble, it is 'Meghan' not 'Megan'.

Morgan quit GMB after repeatedly saying he 'didn’t believe a word' Meghan said about having suicidal thoughts during her time as a senior royal during the interview with Oprah Winfrey.