Molly-Mae Hague slammed by cinema worker after sharing video of her getting hit by windscreen wiper and laughing

MOLLY-Mae Hague has been slammed by an actress after she posted a video of her windscreen wiper hitting her.

The Love Island star, 22, attended a horror movie night experience with boyfriend Tommy Fury on Sunday, which featured actors dressed as zombies.

Unfortunately one of them ended up getting taken out by Molly’s windscreen wiper – much to the influencer’s amusement.

In fact, she enjoyed the moment so much that she shared a video of it twice on her Instagram stories, as she laughed hysterically.

She added: “Sorry to the actor.”

Now, the actress who played the zombie, has come forward to address the incident.

In a clip of TikTok the woman – Leigh Simpson – said: “This is a message for the 6.2 million people who follow Molly-Mae on Instagram.

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“Did anyone feel sorry for the zombie who got hit in the face with a wind screen wiper, because it was me.”

Showing a picture of herself dressed as a zombie, she continued: “This is me pre attack, just minding my own business.

"If you haven’t seen it, if you are not one of the many people who have seen it, twice, because she posted it twice.”

The screening took place in an abandoned theme park, which Molly and Tommy had discovered the week before.

She explained:  "Tommy and I took a drive the other week to find this abandoned theme park (yes that's what we get up to when we get time together…

"We drove an hour and literally couldn't find/see a thing… this week coincidentally they opened up a zombie drive in cinema at the abandoned theme park we tried to find so we finally took a look around."

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