Love Island viewers have seen footage of someone claimed to be contestant Haris Namani punching another man.
The 21 year old, who recently baffled fans after saying women with feet over size five are a "turn off", was reportedly filmed following a night out in his hometown of Doncaster, Yorkshire.
In the video obtained by The Sun, which was originally posted on Snapchat, the man who is believed to be Haris can be seen with another man as the pair hold their hands up in a boxing stance.
They then attempt to throw punches at each other, before Haris lands one. The reality star then knocks the man down with another punch while shouting: "I'm not a bully, I'm not a f***ing bully," as his friend, who is filming, says: "Go on Haris."
"On my mum's life…" he adds before the footage ends.
OK! approached ITV, who is acting as his representative, for comment following the surfaced clip. A spokesperson shared: "Language and behaviour in the Villa is always closely monitored, and Islanders are reminded of what we consider acceptable during their time on the show.
"Extensive duty of care protocols for all Islanders includes video training and guidance covering language and behaviour."
Meanwhile, Haris ended up in a heated argument with Shaq on the ITV2 show last week after the Islanders took part in a racy challenge which saw several of the contestants snog each other.
On Thursday night’s Love Island episode, the Islanders took part in a game of beer pong – which narrator Iain Stirling quipped involved no alcohol – and upon getting the ball in the cup, they had to do the challenge stuck to the bottom.
From kissing the person you want to date, to who you’d want to introduce to your family, the Islanders' cards were laid bare for all to see.
Shaq didn’t appear to like one person's choice however after David Salako kissed Tanya Manhenga, who Shaq is currently coupled up with.
Following the game, the boys sat down for a chat about what went down. Haris asked David what the kiss was like with Tanya, further fuelling Shaq’s anger as he said: "What's wrong with you bro? You're so annoying bro. You do this all the time."
Eventually Haris went on to tell Shaq to “shut the f**k up,” as he responded: “You shut the f**k up, you f***ig pr***”.
Haris then told him to not speak to him like that as he stood up from the bench as the pair continued to argue.
Fellow Islander Ron Hall then stepped in and guided Shaq away from the situation while Will Young held Haris back. David and Haris then walked off in the opposite direction to Shaq.
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