Shock moment Tommy Fury whips off his top as he parties with girls – as Molly-Mae split fears grow | The Sun

TOMMY Fury was filmed whipping off his top as he partied in Abu Dhabi over the weekend.

Footage of the boxer’s wild weekend has gone viral after he was seen dancing with Chris Brown and surrounded by girls – while Molly Mae looked after their daughter at home.

In a new clip from his trip, Tommy can be seen shirtless as flexes his muscles and throws some shapes alongside the controversial singer.

Tommy can be seen looking around at the scantily clad women who are packed into the club.

Fans raised eyebrows after other footage should him playing around with a woman, who grabbed his face at one point.

Molly meanwhile hasn’t mentioned his wild weekend and instead has hinted at how she is feeling by removing her £600k engagement ring.

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She did however have it back on last night as she enjoyed a very rare night out with friends.

It’s unclear if Tommy has returned to the UK yet and the family’s £.3.5 million mansion after his car was spotted exactly where he left it before he flew out – collecting car parking tickets.

A source was first to tell us: “Molly has made no secret of the fact she doesn’t like it when Tommy parties too hard.

“This weekend has ended up being a real embarrassment to her. She was mortified when she kept getting tagged in videos while she was just trying to enjoy a festive weekend with Bambi.

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“She has told Tommy it really has to stop now he’s a dad and has told him to ditch some of his pals, who she thinks are a bad influence."

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