The French manager leaves his news conference along with the Villa press officer.
This afternoon, under-fire Aston Villa boss Remi Garde walked out of the pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's visit to Manchester City.
The Frenchman, along with the club's press officer, were visibly frustrated at a certain line of question by one journalist in the news conference.
The journalist asked this question: "Was everything that you were told about joining Aston Villa true? Was everything true? Has it been proved to be true?"
The 49-year-old, who joined the Villans in November following the sacking of Tim Sherwood, refused to answer the question and ended up leaving the room shortly after. Watch the video below.
In the same news conference, Garde, whose Villa side are eight points adrift of safety after winning just three of their 28 Premier League games this season, had earlier denied reports of a dressing-room split between the playing staff.
It was previously reported that the former Lyon coach had divided opinion among his squad, with a lot of the senior players unhappy with his management style, according to The Telegraph.
Garde's boys could be 11 points behind 17th-placed Sunderland tomorrow, if the Black Cats beat Southampton and they lose at Man City.