Anthony Joshua has been slammed for not social distancing at a music festival - but the boxer has denied breaking guidelines.
The heavyweight boxing champ was seen mingling in busy crowds at The Originals event.
The 30-year-old ring king also posed for selfies with fans at the £30-a-head bash.
One onlooker said: "Everyone was swarming around him. He is a role model, he should have been setting an example to everyone else.
"They must have thought if the heavyweight champion of the world is doing it, then we can too."
DJ Scotty posted a snap with him to his 4,000 Instagram followers.
He said: “Was a vibe and a great look. Big up The Originals day party stepping up the levels.”
“The humble heavyweight champ partying with us Anthony Joshua and a few other celebrities.”
A spokesman for the boxer said he took the Covid-19 seriously at the festival.
He said: "Anthony attended an approved open air event on Monday evening.
"Temperature checks were carried out on arrival and face masks were not required given the outdoor setting."
Promoter Papa Feevs and another - called Cold Steps - also shared photos with Joshua.
Government guidelines are that people stay two metres apart while in public and at least a metre where that is not possible.
The Originals took place on Bank Holiday Monday at Colesdale Farm, near Potters Bar, Herts close to where the boxer lives in Watford.
The festival - which also offers VIP tables for six people for £240 including a private bar - said the safety of customers was paramount.
Acts included Pioneer, Supa D, Kismet, Feva, IC, Teaser, Kitty, Amor, Tippa and Cold Steps.
BJP Productions said on its website: "In the advent of Covid we have had to be super creative in planning how and what we do next.
"We have created the opportunity to bring you the music you know and love in a safe and socially distanced aware environment.
"We have ample space, adequate seating for all and also sanitiser stations throughout.
"Your safety is our priority so we've done all this in accordance with Government and local council guidelines."