17 Apr, 2024 @ 12:29
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WATCH: Jasmine Harman is left ‘fuming’ after a man assaults her friend DURING their Zumba class on Spain’s Costa del Sol – as she asks fans ‘what would YOU have done?’

JASMINE Harman has revealed how her usually tranquil Zumba class was interrupted by an ‘aggressive’ man who berated the group for ‘taking up the whole promenade’.

The A Place In The Sun star, 48, took to Instagram to vent her frustration over the incident, which she said left her ‘fuming’.

The expat, who moved to Estepona full-time last year, told her 165,000 followers how the unknown man became so irate that he shoved one of Harman’s elderly friends, who is actually suffering from bone cancer.

In a video of herself talking to the camera, she said: “I’ve just done my zumba class right here on the paseo by the beach… it’s a fantastic, uplifting class, a really nice group of ladies…

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“But right in the middle of the class, a man walked through and was complaining that we were taking up the whole paseo, and we weren’t, it’s very wide there was plenty of space for him to go past but he chose to walk right in between everyone…

“And then he pushed an older lady who happens to have bone cancer, he actually pushed her and then started shouting at all of us.”

Harman added: “I’m so angry, my instructor Daniela told me ‘don’t carry that anger around with you, you have to let it go’, and I’m trying really hard, being by the sea and dancing does help but I’m so fuming, I wanted to chase after him and report him to the police!”

Harman has been keeping her followers updated on her new life in the sun over the past few months.

She recently took a stroll in inland Malaga with her children and pet dog Astro, sharing a snap of them sitting on a huge bench in the campo.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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