Loyalist Gary Lenaghan has been reminded of his "responsibilities" by his employer after he was pictured breaching Covid-19 rules while celebrating Rangers' title victory.
Mr Lenaghan, a regular caller to BBC Radio Ulster's Nolan Show, was pictured hugging community worker Jim 'Bimbo' Wilson during a Belfast street party now under investigation by the PSNI.
It is understood police called to the homes of both men to arrange interviews and that Mr Lenaghan was placed under investigation by his employer Well Pharmacy Ltd.
He works as a driver for the company, delivering medicines to homes in north and west Belfast.
Our exclusive pictures in March showed Mr Lenaghan delivering items, including to a large GP practice in west Belfast, just days after mixing with hundreds of people at the street party in breach of social distancing guidelines.
Despite this, his employer confirmed he had kept his job following an internal investigation.
A spokesman said: "Respecting the employee's privacy rights, the details of the investigation won't be divulged. At this time, Gary Lenaghan remains an employee.
"We have advised Gary that he and all colleagues at Well have a responsibility to ensure our behaviour and actions both in and out of work support our values and responsibilities as healthcare professionals."
Mr Lenaghan told associates he had made it clear to his employers that he had attended the street party in his capacity as a community worker.
The loyalist, known on social media as 'George from the Shankill', told the Nolan Show he had been caught up in the emotion at a "spontaneous" gathering of people.
"Will I damn them and condemn them? No. Was it right? No. I can only apologise for my actions," he said.
Hundreds of men, women and children were pictured on the Shankill on March 7 celebrating Rangers' title win.
There was no sign of police, with the Irish News reporting officers had been "advised to avoid" the area.
The PSNI is conducting an ongoing investigation into the celebrations with no arrests made so far.
However, cops confirmed two fixed penalty notices have been issued for breaches of Covid-19 regulations as part of their investigation.
Mr Lenaghan declined to comment when asked by this newspaper if he had been one of the recipients.
In the week after the party, Shankill DUP councillor Nicola Verner said a mobile testing unit had been set up in the area because of "high and sustained" levels of Covid-19.
Cops were closely monitoring the Shankill a fortnight later due to a second title party scheduled for Rangers' trip to Parkhead to play Celtic, a game which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Police said they were "disappointed" after crowds of Rangers fans gathered in east Belfast in the wake of the game and warned action would be taken.
PSNI Land Rovers were deployed on the Newtownards Road as people congregated in breach of social distancing regulations to celebrate their team's Scottish Premiership title win for a second time.
Belfast district commander Chief Superintendent Simon Walls said at the time: "An investigation is under way. Appropriate enforcement action will be taken in relation to breaches of the regulations."
Since the street parties, Belfast councillors have accused the PSNI of "discriminatory policing" over the treatment of Rangers fans in comparison with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests last summer.
Police issued around 70 Covid fines of £60 each during two BLM demonstrations in Derry and Belfast last June.
People Before Profit councillor Matt Collins hit out at what he described as a disparity in how the incidents were handled, saying: "This hypocrisy needs to end".
"All fines and threats of police action against BLM protesters must be dropped immediately," he added.