The future of Love Island’s Harris Namani is in doubt after a video emerged of him punching a party
Love Island’s Haris Namani’s future on the show is in doubt after shocking footage emerged of him punching a party in a street brawl.
Haris Namani’s future on Love Island is thrown into doubt after shocking footage emerged of him punching a fellow reveler on a wild night out.
The show plunged into chaos after a video surfaced on social media showing the TV salesman, 21, landing blows on a party-goer on the street.
In the harrowing clip, taken last May in Doncaster, a bouncer fights with his opponent, knocks him to the ground and exclaims: ‘I’m not a bully…in my mum’s life’, while being encouraged by a friend behind the camera.
Street brawl: Haris Namani’s future on Love Island is thrown into doubt after shocking footage emerged of him punching a fellow reveler on a wild night out.
After the video appeared on Snapchat, it was posted by The Sun. A friend told the post’s keeper: ‘We were all so surprised when we heard Harris was going to Love Island, he’s a bit moody and if someone says something he’s more than willing to put up a fight.
He has the advantage of being a boxer and knowing he can do damage because he trains four times a week, he knows what he can do because of his training. This kind of thing has to stay in the ring.
I’m surprised ITV didn’t do more checks, seeing the feud between him and Shaq I wasn’t surprised at all. This is the type of man. What you see is what you get.’
Theuture: After the video came out, the bosses released a statement after reports that future Haris’ participation in the show had been put on hold by “the thinnest threads”.
After the video came out, the bosses released a statement following reports that Haris’ future participation in the show is pending with “the thinnest threads.”
A Love Island representative said: “Language and behavior at the villa is always closely monitored, and Islanders are reminded of what we consider acceptable during their time on the show.
Comprehensive care protocols for all islanders include video training and instructions covering language and behaviour.
ITV’s source added to MailOnline that background checks are carried out before Islanders enter the show and that the boot camp tells actors how they should conduct themselves at the villa and what is considered unacceptable behaviour.
“This training is their opportunity to learn and gain perspective from any mistakes or errors in judgment that were made before the show began,” the insider told us.