Kingsthorpe, Northampton - (Deja Vu Mess): It's a spooky flashback to last July's Northumbria siege which saw cops take out pesky Geordie shooter Raoul Moat with a taser.
And this afternoon Gazza - the man who very nearly prevented Moat's topping - was livid about failing to rescue Peter Boatman, boss of the firm that supplied the cops with the lethal stun gun that killed Moat.
Paul Gascoigne had been seen in the village of Kingsthorpe where Pro-Tect CEO Boatman lived, clutching a 'survival pack' of comforts for the taser company boss.
The almost identical supply of rations to July's Moat incident included a can of lager, some chicken, a mobile phone and 'something to keep him warm'.
But in a copycat twist on Moat's July RIP Gazza failed to have any impact on Boatman's personal tragedy.
The stun gun trader committed suicide at his Northampton home, just days after the Home Office revoked his comapny's licence to import and sell Tasers following breach of contract.
Former England cap Gascoigne was then seen being driven away to rehab, much like in July when his original rescue attempt of Moat bombed.
There's only one Gary Lineker.