AXED Love Island star Haris Namani has been seen for the first time since being booted out of villa.
The boxer, 21, was dumped from the Island alongside Anna-May Robey, 19, during Wednesday night's instalment of the ITV2 show.
It came after The Sun shared footage of him knocking a man to the ground.
Haris and Anna-May were picked to leave by Aussie bombshells Jessie Wynter and Aaron Waters.
Haris has arrived back in the UK at Heathrow airport and opted for comfort during his 11 hour flight from South Africa.
The hunk rocked a white t-shirt, grey cargos and a pair of white trainers.
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The reality star was seen looking at his phone while looking at bits in the shops at the airport.
Haris returned to Instagram after his account was made doormat after new rules were introduced.
Sharing one of his promo pictures from the show, he said:" Hi guys, I’m back!
"Thank you to everyone who has supported me during my time on @loveisland 🏝 I honestly had the experience of a lifetime and hope to make many more ❤️ #loveisland."
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It comes after The Sun revealed police may want to speak to Haris over his part in a street brawl that was filmed.
police have now launched an investigation and may want to speak to him.
A source said: “It’s at an early stage but police are studying all available evidence.
“It was a vicious assault and has quite rightly caused concern.
“There are also aggravating features given the fact that he is an amateur boxer. Officers have already begun making enquiries and are likely to speak to Haris.”
Haris has said that he's "devastated" that the video has come to light.
Speaking after leaving in a planned eviction, Haris has now defended his actions in the tape.
He said: “I’m devastated that this video has been seen, it’s not a reflection of my character.
“I’m not someone that goes looking for fights and I didn’t want to be in that situation. This was a heat of the moment thing.
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“The video doesn’t show everything that happened. Afterwards we met up and we cleared the air; we’ve shaken hands and we get along now.
“It’s not something that would happen again.”
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