Love Island's Haris Namani has reportedly been dumped from the Villa, just a week into the ninth series. The 21-year-old is believed to have become the second contestant of this year's winters series to leave after David Salako was left single following Friday's recoupling (January 20).
Reports of Haris' departure from the luxury South African villa comes after a video surfaced, in which he appeared to punch a reveller during a street brawl. The altercation is believed to have happened in Doncaster, where Haris is from, in May 2022, MailOnline reports.
The clip appears to show Haris fighting with his opponent - whilst the friend filming the encounter encourages the Love Islander from behind the camera - before knocking him to the ground and shouting, "I'm not a bully... on my mum's life."
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The video is believed to have initially been uploaded on Snapchat, before it was published by The Sun. A friend of Haris' told the newspaper: "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.
"'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."
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