A MOPED gang thug and star of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings exposed by Amanda Holder flaunts his luxury shed pub after being released from prison.
John McFadyen, 26, and brother Isaac McFadyen, 21, were branded “scumbags” by Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda after trying to snatch a toddler from his mum during an attempted robbery in 2018.
They were jailed last May for their part in a 12-man gang who carried outa series of shocking raids across London.
John McFadyen was filmed threatening to “hurt” a terrified mum’s toddler during an attempted robbery with his brother in Richmond, South West London in June, 2018.
Footage of their cowardly attack posted by BGT's Amanda went viral as she appealed for help to catch the thugs.
After being released from prison, John McFadyen shared a video on social media showing off his luxury new games room, boasting a pool table, full bar and flatscreen TV.
The swanky new 20x12ft space is furnished with bar stools, a fireplace and dartboard.
A range of spirits in optics and champagne are displayed behind the counter and a well-stocked Budweiser fridge is visible as the camera pans around.
A specially designed mural shows Mel Gibson as Braveheart, Al Pacino as Scarface, Luke Kelly from The Dubliners, Bob Marley, Tyson Fury, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Conor McGregor and Johnny Cash.
McFadyen showed off his new garden pub to admirers after uploading a video onto a Facebook page.
A source told Sun Online: “John McFadyen believes he is god’s gift. He is cocky and extremely body proud.
“He may use his charm to befriend people, but is also very intimidating and behind that cheeky grin lays a very nasty man.
“He is a successful full-time twat.”
McFadyen was a hit on Channel 4 show Big Fat Gypsy Weddings and married Cheyenne Pidgely in a lavish white wedding in 2012.
He proposed with a diamond ring before they married in front of 200 guests.
CCTV footage showing McFadyen and his brother threatening to snatch a toddler from his mum in 2018 shocked the country.
John McFadyen was filmed grabbing the terrified mother’s arm and said: "Give me your rings. I'm going to hurt your child and take him away."
The petrified mum was seen trying to yank back her child as she ran back into the road.
McFadyen and his brother were chased off by a hero gang of scaffolders armed with poles.
Both brothers were jailed for two years and eight months, with the gang sentenced to 68 years in total.
Jailing them at Kingston Crown Court last June, Judge Georgina Kent said it was an "exceptionally serious and shocking attempted robbery."
The mother targeted by the McFadyens had been left "afraid for her children's safety", the court heard.
Amanda Holder later tweeted: “Delighted about this! Let's not forget the real heroes were the guys in the truck!"
Taking the 12-strong gang off the streets had helped slash crime in London by more than half in a year.
In one raid, they used an angle grinder to steal a £180,000 BBC camera rigged up to film the Boat Race in 2018.
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