Shocking footage has emerged of Love Island contestant Haris Namani involved in a street fight.
The clip shows the 21-year-old punching someone in the face, before knocking him down with a second blow.
According to The UK Sun, the footage, which was taken after a boozy night out last May, was first circulated on Snapchat.
After the first punch, Haris is heard yelling: “I’m not a bully” as a friend watching cheers him on, yelling: “Go on Haris”.
While throwing the second punch, the 21-year-old yells: “I’m not a bully, I’m not a f**king bully.”
Haris then turns to the camera and continues to say: “On my mum’s life…”
A friend of the Love Island contestant previously told the publication: “We were all surprised when we heard Haris was going on Love Island.”
“He’s got quite a bit of a temper on him and if someone says something he’s more than prepared to have a fight,” Haris’ friend continued.
“He’s got an advantage being a boxer and he knows he can cause damage because he trains four times a week.”
“He knows what he is capable of because of his training. That kind of stuff has to stay in the ring. I’m surprised ITV didn’t do further checks.”
“I saw the row between him and Shaq [Muhammad] and wasn’t surprised in the slightest. That’s the type of guy he is. What you see is what you get.”
Haris and his fellow Love Island contestant Shaq were involved in an explosive row last week.
During one episode, the Islanders played a game of dares-meets-beer pong, which stirred up some serious tension in the villa.
As the Islanders made some mad moves, Tanya Manhenga was dared to snog the three boys she thinks are the best kissers, but didn’t choose Shaq – who she’s coupled up with.
After the game, Shaq appeared annoyed as the boys debriefed on the night’s antics.
The camera then cut to Shaq telling Haris to “shut the f**k up”, which escalated into a full-blown row as the other boys jumped in to separate them.
The episode then ended on a cliffhanger, which rolled into the next episode.
Shaq and Haris, who appeared to have calmed down, sat down for another heated conversation.
After Haris told Shaq not to “dad” him, the pair agreed to disagree and walked away from the situation.
A spokesperson for Love Island said: “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.”