EXCLUSIVE: MAFS ‘troll’ Nasser Sultan is issued a stern warning from security at Fashion Week after he ‘harassed Phoebe Burgess and stole racing heiress Kate Waterhouse’s seat’

Fame-seeking Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan has been put on notice over his rowdy behaviour at Australian Fashion Week.

Security at Carriageworks, the Sydney venue where most of the runway shows are being held, have issued the 55-year-old with a stern warning to ‘stop being a pest’.

The warning was given after Sultan was pictured harassing former NRL WAG Phoebe Burgess in the front row at the Oroton showcase on Tuesday.

‘Pest’: Fame-seeking Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured at Carriageworks on Monday) has been put on notice over his rowdy behaviour at Australian Fashion Week 

An apologetic Sultan told Daily Mail Australia he was ‘really embarrassed’ about his behaviour around Burgess, but denied gatecrashing the show or stealing anyone’s seat, as had been previously reported. 

‘[The incident with security] really embarrassed me. I felt like a f**kwit… but I didn’t take anyone’s seat or sneak in,’ the former music promoter said.

‘I was invited to that show, saw Phoebe went over to say hello. Why can’t you say hello to people these days?’

‘Security were saying I stole Kate Waterhouse’s seat. I did not. I was there for a few seconds just taking a photo with Phoebe and then moved back to my seat.’

'I felt like a f**kwit': Security at Carriageworks, the Sydney venue where most of the runway shows are being held, have issued the 55-year-old with a stern warning to 'stop being a pest'. (Sultan is seen here speaking to a doorman outside a runway show on Monday)

‘I felt like a f**kwit’: Security at Carriageworks, the Sydney venue where most of the runway shows are being held, have issued the 55-year-old with a stern warning to ‘stop being a pest’. (Sultan is seen here speaking to a doorman outside a runway show on Monday)

Snubbed: The warning was given after Sultan was pictured harassing former NRL WAG Phoebe Burgess (right) in the front row at the Oroton showcase on Tuesday

Snubbed: The warning was given after Sultan was pictured harassing former NRL WAG Phoebe Burgess (right) in the front row at the Oroton showcase on Tuesday

He added: ‘They said I was being a pest and that the designers didn’t want me at their shows… that’s not true. I have been invited to many of shows.

‘I have been going for years. I have no shame sitting in the back row. I am happy just to be there.’

During Tuesday’s Oroton showcase, Sultan had briefly slipped into racing royalty Kate Waterhouse’s seat when she moved away and tugged on Burgess’ designer coat to try to get her attention.

Setting the record straight: An apologetic Sultan told Daily Mail Australia he was 'really embarrassed' about his behaviour around Burgess, but denied gatecrashing the show or stealing anyone's seat, as had been previously reported

Setting the record straight: An apologetic Sultan told Daily Mail Australia he was ‘really embarrassed’ about his behaviour around Burgess, but denied gatecrashing the show or stealing anyone’s seat, as had been previously reported  

However, the ex-wife of retired NRL star Sam Burgess turned her back on Sultan as he repeatedly asked for a photo and tried to start a conversation. 

Sultan ‘eventually gave up and walked off,’ an onlooker told Daily Mail Australia.

But he buttonholed Burgess once again after the runway show when he walked up to her outside the Carriageworks venue in Eveleigh.

She politely agreed to a photo before motioning him to go away. 

Not true! 'Security were saying I stole Kate Waterhouse's seat. I did not. I was there for a few seconds just taking a photo with Phoebe and then moved back to my seat,' Sultan explained

Not true! ‘Security were saying I stole Kate Waterhouse’s seat. I did not. I was there for a few seconds just taking a photo with Phoebe and then moved back to my seat,’ Sultan explained

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Originally posted 2022-05-12 00:26:18.