BILLY Saunders has dug himself into a deeper hole after posting a defiant message on social media over his “sex acts for drugs” video shame, The Sun reports.
Britain’s world middleweight champion stood on top of his Rolls Royce to proclaim, “Think before you act.”
But Instagram users noticed he appeared to have parked in a DISABLED BAY.
Saunders is already facing the loss of his boxing licence after the British Boxing Board of Control charged him with misconduct over the video taunting a drug addict.
He apologised after footage of him urging a woman to perform a sex act and punch a stranger in exchange for £150 of crack emerged on social media.
Now some of Saunders’ Instagram followers have rounded on him over his strange post on his luxury car.
One fan said, “This is a case of a man who has now got money using his status to bait and mock those who haven’t got what he has for his personal enjoyment..”
And another told Saunders, “Stop acting the clown” – while suggesting the fighter needed to be “knocked down a peg or two”.
Other responses included, “Think before you park” and “That’s a disabled parking space, either move it or apply for a blue badge”.
The BBB of C General Secretary Robert Smith wrote to Saunders’ camp on Monday night, informing them of the misconduct charge.
If he is found guilty, Saunders could be fined, suspended or have his licence to fight revoked.
Saunders has been ordered to attend a misconduct hearing next week.
The 29-year-old is currently training for his big clash with Demetrius Andrade in Boston on October 20.
But that fight is in doubt as the BBB of C assesses what action to take over his video.
Nottinghamshire Police are also investigating the video, which led to a female drug addict punching a passer-by.
A police statement said, “We are aware of a video circulating, where a woman is offered drugs in exchange for committing an act of violence, and potentially committing a sex act in public.
“Officers will be looking to identify and speak to all of those who feature in this sickening video, and a full investigation will be carried out into the number of offences that have been captured on film, including the offer to supply Class A drugs, aiding and abetting an assault, and public order offences.”
The dad of a drug addict has slammed Saunders for taunting the vulnerable woman.