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MAFS’ Justin Fischer SLAMMED on social and ‘reported to police’ after sharing speeding video

Instagram users claim they have reported Married At First Sight star Justin Fischer to NSW Police after he shared footage of himself in a ‘speeding car’ on Friday night.

Social media was outraged after the reality TV star posted a video of himself in the passenger seat of a car, which seemed to be speeding through residential streets in Sydney’s Rose Bay.

In the clip, the 41-year-old ‘soft-serve millionaire’ appeared to be screaming his approval and encouraging the driver to ‘give it to it’ and go faster.

‘I hope you get in s**t for this!’ Fans SLAM Married At First Sight’s Justin Fischer and ‘report him to police’ after he shares a video of himself in a car ‘speeding’ through a Sydney suburb 

Justin shared the video on Instagram at around 10pm Friday, alongside the caption: ‘Nice! Arghhh!! #hemi #300sin #sick’.

The video begins with Justin filming himself in the passenger seat while announcing: ‘Here we go!’

Turning the camera to focus on the road ahead, he tells the driver: ‘Give it to it, stick!’

Upon this request, the driver seems to accelerate and the camera shows the vehicle tearing along a residential street.

Outrage: Fans were outraged after the MAFS star posted a video of himself in the passenger seat of a car, which seemed to be speeding through residential streets in Sydney's Rose Bay

Outrage: Fans were outraged after the MAFS star posted a video of himself in the passenger seat of a car, which seemed to be speeding through residential streets in Sydney’s Rose Bay

Justin and the driver were going fast enough to cause wind to whip past the open window as they passed vehicles parked on either side of the narrow road.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted to Justin for comment.

NSW Police are currently looking into the incident. 

Please explain! In the clip, the 41-year-old 'soft-serve millionaire' appeared to be screaming his approval and encouraging the driver to 'give it to it' and go faster. Pictured: Justin on MAFS

Please explain! In the clip, the 41-year-old ‘soft-serve millionaire’ appeared to be screaming his approval and encouraging the driver to ‘give it to it’ and go faster. Pictured: Justin on MAFS

After several Instagram users voiced their objections to the footage, one wrote: ‘Pretty sure the @nswpolice have been sent this multiple times by now.

‘That’s so disgusting.’

‘Hope you get arrested for this video….your’e such a d**khead,’ another social media user commented.

'Give it a go': Justin and the driver were going fast enough to cause wind to whip past the open window as they passed vehicles parked on either side of the narrow road

‘Give it a go’: Justin and the driver were going fast enough to cause wind to whip past the open window as they passed vehicles parked on either side of the narrow road

Complaint: After several Instagram users voiced their objections to the footage, one wrote: 'Pretty sure the @nswpolice have been sent this multiple times by now'

Complaint: After several Instagram users voiced their objections to the footage, one wrote: ‘Pretty sure the @nswpolice have been sent this multiple times by now’

Another follower even tagged A Current Affair, writing: ‘What if someone stepped off the curb to cross the road or a child ran out in front of you?’

‘Ahh jail time – pretty sure it’s 50km/hr in built up areas in Australia. You just got another 5mins of fame @acurrentaffair9.’

A furious Sydney resident chimed in, writing: ‘For a supposed successful businessman, you are pretty f**king stupid. Grow up.’ 

Controversy: NSW Police are currently looking into the incident

Controversy: NSW Police are currently looking into the incident

'Ahh jail time': One user even tagged Channel Nine news program, A Current Affair

‘Ahh jail time’: One user even tagged Channel Nine news program, A Current Affair

Back to reality: Justin starred on Married At First Sight this season

Back to reality: Justin starred on Married At First Sight this season



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