BILLY Joe Saunders has responded to his crack-taunt video shame by posing behind the wheel of his £250,000 motor driving without a seatbelt.
The under-fire star can be seen staring into the lens of the camera phone and makes an offensive gesture with his middle finger in the brief clip.
He filmed himself cruising along listening to the Drake song I Just Flip the Switch, sharing the footage on his Instagram page.
The boxer also posted a quote from millionaire businessman Grant Cardone that read: “Don’t ruin a good day by thinking about a bad yesterday.
“Let it go.”
The Sun Online has approached Saunders' reps for comment on the Instagram post.
It comes as he was forced to apologise after footage of him emerged appearing to demand a woman perform a sex act and then punch a stranger in exchange for £150 of crack.
The star faces being stripped of his licence to fight after being charged by the British Boxing Board of Control over the sick footage.
And he also faces legal action from both the vulnerable woman and the innocent passerby for the humiliation they suffered at his hands.
A London-based solicitor told The Sun Online: “It might sound like a something from an American legal show but there are plenty of US companies in the UK and I know of one firm who have sent an associate to look for these people.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if there were more.
“It is well worth someone spending a couple of days tracking down these people. It only needs witness statements from each person and the ball is rolling.”
The boxing governing body moved swiftly to launch disciplinary action against the world middleweight champion – demanding he attends a misconduct hearing next week.
The 29-year-old is currently in the middle of training ahead of a big clash with Demetrius Andrade in Boston next month, as he continues to build his profile in America.
But that fight is now at risk with bosses at the British Boxing Board of Control taking a dim view of his actions, which came to light when the video was posted on social media.
Robert Smith, the board's general secretary, wrote to the Saunders camp on Monday night to inform them of the misconduct charge.
This week Saunders also posed for a picture stood on top of the bonnet of the Rolls Royce with the message to “think before you act” – but followers on Instagram pointed out the brawler was parked in a disabled bay.
And another post shows the disgraced boxer appearing to taunt another woman in the street, branding her a "prostitute".