May 26, 2022

Luke Mabot of Low Island lined up with a fan in the bar after being hit in the face by a snowball.

The star, who is currently on holiday in Val-Desire, rained punches and tried to kill them after being repeatedly targeted by a group of boys.

Luke Mabot of Love Island got into an argument during a vacation.

As shown in The Sun’s video, Luke and his brother were hit by the frozen ice on their faces – and got out.

A source said: “A group of boys recognized him on TV and kept throwing snowballs at Luke. After a while, he endured the whole thing and flogged.

“He didn’t punch me and later the same guy came up to him and apologized, saying it was just a drunken joke.”

Luke – who is engaged to Lucy Donlan – appeared on the 2020 Winter Low Island Show and finished third with Demi Jones.

He met Lucy – who was part of the ITV reality show Series 5 – after leaving the villa and they got engaged in December last year.

Luke, 26, popped the question for the surfer. Lucy, 23, A trip to Northern Lights in Finland.


He called it a night we will never forget.

The cheerful couple announced the news on Instagram, as well as details of Luke’s romance proposal.

In the sweet picture, the two stars are wrapped in matching winter coats, sharing a kiss. Lucy shone her ring.

His eyes are closed but smiles are visible through the smooch, brilliant Northern Lights are visible behind him.

In a joint post, Luke and Lucy shook their heads and said: “Mrs. Maybett is about to become … ️ ♥ ️ Northern Lights made an appearance for the best moment to pop the question.

“The night we will never forget .. ️”

He punched her after she was hit by an iceberg by a group of boys.

He punched her after she was hit by an iceberg by a group of boys.

He did not hit anyone and the situation became chaotic

He did not hit anyone and the situation became chaotic

The group of boys later apologized to Luke.

The group of boys later apologized to Luke.

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