Matthew Perry dons face mask and sleeping mask after worrying medical visit and split from Molly Hurwitz

MATTHEW Perry looked to be at peak lockdown on Friday.

The 50-year-old Friends actor was spotted looking unkempt in Los Angeles on Friday, with not one but two masks.

Matthew looked tired as he donned a sleeping eye mask on his head, and he had a PPE mask covering his nose and mouth.

The star appeared to have misplaced his iron and board as his clothes were creased and scruffy.

He was assisted from his vehicle by a female pal.

The star, whose life has been on hold after the Friends reboot was delayed due to the pandemic, showed off his quarantine hair after weeks of growth – no doubt he will welcome the reopening of LA salons.

The sighting comes after Matthew was spotted nearly a month ago clutching his stomach as he left a medical facility in Los Angeles after a two-hour stay.

Matthew, who played sarcastic Chandler Bing in the 90s show, was also wearing a cannula on his left hand, which is often used for the delivery or removal of fluid.

An onlooker said: "Matthew seemed to be in pain and was wincing as he held his stomach.

"He had a slow and labored way of walking as he headed to his car and a woman drove him home."

Matthew has a long history of health issues.

He was bedridden for three months in June 2018 after undergoing surgery for a ruptured bowel, sharing a tongue-in-cheek tweet at the time, posting: “Three months in a hospital bed. Check.”

The comedian has also been open about his issues with addiction, which got progressively worse while filming Friends, admitting his character was often "painfully hungover".

He has been to rehab twice, once in 1997 for a Vicodin addiction, and again in 2001 for Vicodin, amphetamines, methadone, and alcohol.

Matthew is now clean and sober but posted about his struggles on April 17, writing on Instagram: "Why is today especially hard???"

Earlier this month, it was revealed that the actor ended his two-year romance with talent agent Molly Hurwitz, 30.

The actor was also set to rejoin his former co-stars last month, including Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, and David Schwimmer, for the eagerly-awaited Friends hourlong special. It would have been the first time the cast had been seen in public together for years.

Shooting for the reunion, marking the launch of streaming service HBO Max, has now been postponed indefinitely and may not take place until next year.

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