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Jackie Chan's 'Bleeding Steel' Filming Interrupted by Drunk Fans in Australia [REPORT]

Jackie Chan speaks on stage during a press conference and photocall for Bleeding Steel at Sydney Opera House on July 28, 2016 in Sydney, Australia

(Photo : Getty Images) Jackie Chan speaks on stage during a press conference and photocall for Bleeding Steel at Sydney Opera House on July 28, 2016 in Sydney, Australia

A group of drunken fans gatecrashed the set of Jackie Chan's upcoming sci-fi thriller "Bleeding Steel" in Australia on Friday.

Chan was shooting a carnival scene for the Chinese-Australian film on Sydney Harbor, when a catamaran full of inebriated revelers parked their boat at the pier, according to Daily Mail.

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The group of young men and scantily clad women, who appeared to be drinking cans of alcohol, started yelling and waving out to the cast and one of them even flashed his bare bottom as the 62-year-old actor was filming the scene on a carousel with co-stars Nana Ou-Yang and Erica Xia-Hou.

The group of young partygoers appeared to be celebrating a bachelor party or something of the sorts as some of the women at the party were wearing lingering beneath their jackets. However, unfazed by the disturbance, the "Skiptrace" star carried on with the filming of the shot.

In the scene, Chan was taking pictures of Erica and Nana seated on the carousel's mechanical horses in front of him using his phone while the two actresses struck a cute pose with hand gestures.

The martial arts expert was later being filmed being dragged by the hand by 16-year-old Nana and at another point, Chan and Erica shot another scene on a bench.

It was later found that the boat belonged to party rental company called Rockfish, which charters catamarans to party groups for birthdays and other events.

Written and directed by Leo Zhang, "Bleeding Steel" is the biggest budget Chinese film to be shot in Australia and follows the story of a hardened Special Forces agent (Chan), who protects a young woman from a sinister criminal organization. The film recently added Australian actress Tess Haubrich to the cast, according to Variety.

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