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Amir Khan defies the social distance rules while throwing a birthday party with FIVE friends last night

Amir Khan defied strict government rules on social distance rules last night when he staged a party for five of his friends

Amir Khan defied strict government rules on social distance rules last night when he staged a party for five of his friends

Amir Khan defied the government’s strict rules on social distance rules last night when he organized a party for five of his friends.

The boxer enjoyed a cozy takeout curry at his home in Bolton and filmed the gathering before posting the footage to his Instagram feed.

He quickly realized what he had done and removed the film, but not before eagle-eyed fans noticed it.

The video shows Amir and three friends eating tasty plates of food, laughing and joking in accordance with government guidelines to avoid socializing with people who don’t live in your household as part of the urge to keep the corona virus from spreading.

Just three hours after sharing the video with his 1.3 million Instagram followers, Amir deleted the video and told MailOnline that he was ‘really sorry’ about what he had done.

Ironically, the boxer had previously posted a video urging people to stay at home and follow the government’s coronavirus advice on social distance.

In an apologetic apology, Amir told MailOnline: “I was wrong and I’m really sorry for the British public. I shouldn’t have held this party for my friends and as soon as I posted the video I realized it was sending the wrong message.

The boxer enjoyed a cozy takeout curry at his home in Bolton and filmed the meeting before posting the footage to his Instagram feed

The boxer enjoyed a cozy takeout curry at his home in Bolton and filmed the meeting before posting the footage to his Instagram feed

The boxer enjoyed a cozy takeout curry at his home in Bolton and filmed the meeting before posting the footage to his Instagram feed

“It was really stupid of mine and very stupid to do. I put myself in danger and my friends too. I wish I had listened to my own advice.

“I can understand why some people call me a hypocrite, but I want to promise them I won’t do anything like that again.”

Amir, 33, revealed that the party took place in a separate house, which he calls his ‘men’s cave’, on the grounds of his £ 1.2m mansion in Bolton, Lancashire.

He emphasized that his wife Faryal, 28 daughters Lamaisah, 5 and Alayan, 23 months and son Muhammad Zaviyar, who was only born last month, did not come into contact with his friends.

Amir said, “I know I stupidly endangered them even though they didn’t even see my friends and stayed in the main house. But that doesn’t make up for what I did well.

“I should have been more careful to take care of my family and to take public sentiment into account at the moment.”

Amir’s ‘men’s cave’ consists of a cinema, a games room, a design kitchen and an adjacent swimming pool.

The boxer admitted, “I don’t want to rub the nose of the British public by having a good time in my man hole at such a time.

The video shows Amir and three friends using tasty plates of food, laughing and joking in accordance with government guidelines to avoid socializing with people who don't live in your household as part of the urge to spread the word. prevent coronavirus

The video shows Amir and three friends using tasty plates of food, laughing and joking in accordance with government guidelines to avoid socializing with people who don't live in your household as part of the urge to spread the word. prevent coronavirus

The video shows Amir and three friends using tasty plates of food, laughing and joking in accordance with government guidelines to avoid socializing with those who don’t live in your household as part of the urge to prevent the corona virus spreads

Just three hours after sharing the video with his 1.3 million Instagram followers, Amir deleted the video and told MailOnline that he was 'really sorry' about what he did

Just three hours after sharing the video with his 1.3 million Instagram followers, Amir deleted the video and told MailOnline that he was 'really sorry' about what he did

Just three hours after sharing the video with his 1.3 million Instagram followers, Amir deleted the video and told MailOnline that he was ‘really sorry’ about what he did

Ironically, the boxer previously posted a video urging people to stay at home and follow the government's coronavirus advice on social distance

Ironically, the boxer previously posted a video urging people to stay at home and follow the government's coronavirus advice on social distance

Ironically, the boxer previously posted a video urging people to stay at home and follow the government’s coronavirus advice on social distance

“I should have understood this better and that’s why I deleted the video. People don’t want someone like me to live up to it while they are suffering and have no money or work. ‘

Amir hosted the party for his friend Toheed Tazmin, who celebrated his 40th birthday and is known affectionately as Dr. Tee.

Two other boxing friends who also attended were Ismail Khan and Zabar Khan. All of them also posted videos from the raw party on their own Instagram accounts.

Amir revealed: “The party was organized six months ago for my good friend Dr. Tee. I couldn’t cancel and disappoint my friends because I am not such a person. I don’t like to disappoint people.

“I could have left them in the car outside my house, but I didn’t want to.

“But the bottom line is that they are not part of my household and I shouldn’t have socialized with them at home or anywhere,” he added.

The boxer claimed that he and his friends were two meters away, and two of his friends were also wearing masks, although this does not appear to be the case in the video.

In an apologetic apology, Amir told MailOnline: “I was wrong and I’m really sorry for the British public. I shouldn’t have had this party for my friends and as soon as I posted the video I realized it was sending the wrong message ‘

Amir added, “I understand how serious this coronavirus situation is and that we all need to take precautions, and this is what I told all my fans.”

He emphasized that his wife Faryal, 28 daughters Lamaisah, 5 and Alayan, 23 months (pictured above) and son Muhammad Zaviyar, who was born just last month, did not get in touch with his friends

He emphasized that his wife Faryal, 28 daughters Lamaisah, 5 and Alayan, 23 months (pictured above) and son Muhammad Zaviyar, who was born just last month, did not get in touch with his friends

He emphasized that his wife Faryal, 28 daughters Lamaisah, 5 and Alayan, 23 months (pictured above) and son Muhammad Zaviyar, who was born just last month, did not get in touch with his friends

The group enjoyed tandoori chicken, kebab and an assortment of curries to celebrate the birthday.

Amir added, “I understand how serious this coronavirus situation is and that we all need to take precautions, and this is what I said to all my fans.

“Gathering with your friends to celebrate a birthday is clearly not the right decision. Sorry.’

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