MAFS' Harrison 'mobbed by fans' as he does shirtless workout in Bondi

The Married At First Sight groom has been described as the 'villain' of season 10.

He’s arguably one of the most controversial participants on this year’s season of Married At First Sight, and it appears Harrison Boon is already enjoying his fifteen minutes of reality TV fame.

The 33-year-old groom, who is paired with Bronte Schofield in the experiment, was spotted taking selfies with fans of the show in Bondi last week.

MAFS' Harrison Boon working out in Bondi.
MAFS' Harrison Boon was spotted taking selfies with fans in Bondi last week. Photos: Supplied/Matrix

Photos obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle show Harrison working out at an outdoor gym in the influencer-hotspot suburb while repeatedly getting recognised by viewers.

The shirtless groom wore black shorts and sunglasses as he did chin-ups and lifted weights.


An onlooker tells Yahoo Lifestyle: “At one point he was even getting mobbed with a group of girls around him all wanting pictures with him and his mate.”

MAFS’ Harrison Boon working out in Bondi.
Harrison was working out at an outdoor gym when he was ‘mobbed by fans’. Photos: Supplied/Matrix

John Aiken slams Harrison

The snaps come after Harrison was told off by relationship expert John Aiken during the first commitment ceremony of the season on Sunday night.

John was furious when both Harrison and fellow groom Shannon Adams admitted on the couch they had recently been in contact with their exes despite coming on the show to get ‘married’.

“You two guys applied for an experiment that over 10,000 people put their hands up for, and a week before coming in you were hanging out with an ex,” he said. “That is unacceptable. If you told us that, I’ll tell you what our answer would have been - not a chance. You’re not coming on this experiment because we’re only interested in single people that are looking for love.


“It's selfish behaviour, it’s disrespectful, it’s beyond belief that we’re sitting in an experiment where we’re matching people who are with other women before the experiment starts.”

Harrison, who had written ‘leave’ while Bronte wrote ‘stay’, tried to excuse his actions by saying he “didn’t feel the need to be faithful” to someone he hadn’t met yet.

The father-of-one has been surrounded by controversy since his wedding day when it was revealed that he had a ‘secret girlfriend’ waiting for him in the outside world.

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