Love Island star Michael Griffiths found himself in the company of cops after witnessing a fight at a nightclub.
Michael, 27, was making a special appearance at Cameo in Bournemouth, Dorset, when a brawl broke out among revellers.
The Love Island star, who is a trained firefighter, was not actually involved in the punch-up but did witness it unfold from his own VIP area.
Having filmed it on his mobile, Michael later shared some of the footage with his 1.3 million followers on Instagram.
The hunky reality star said: "There was actually a scrap!"
Michael was then caught on camera laughing and joking with a group of female police officers, who had been called to the nightclub by staff.
Obviously making reference to public perception following his behaviour towards Amber Gill in the villa, he joked: "Enough of the bad boy routine, it caught up with me."
Enough of the bad boy routine, it caught up with me.
Michael was even allowed to try on a pair of handcuffs before posing with the officers for photos. He added: "They let me off with a warning!"
Since leaving Love Island, Michael has been touring the UK for a series of promotional appearances.
During his jaunt around the country, his has visited the homeland of one of his fellow Love Island stars, Scots-born Anton Danyluk.
Posting a snap of himself in Scotland on Instagram, Michael told his pal: "Under every grey cloud there’s a silver lining. @anton_danyluk why didn’t you tell me Scotland was so beautiful?"
Anton, who finished Love Island in fifth place with Belle Hassan, replied: "Wow just wow."
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