Piers Morgan's house has signs warning of armed response by his security company.
Or maybe it's not even hypocrisy. Neitzsche wrote that different times have different vices, and true hypocrisy is a virtue for strong times. He cited the protestant Frenchman who became catholic in order to become king, and who quipped "I thought Paris worth a mass." He knew he hadn't changed his beliefs, the French knew he hadn't, but they required him to pretend that he had and they would pretend to believe him. It was a vice of strength: he had strong beliefs, they had strong beliefs, and the solution was hypocrisy. Today, in weaker times, the person just says one thing and does another without worrying about it. Or winds up as a narcissist, pontificating about rules, while believing themselves exempt from the rules, since they are a special person with special needs.