February 10, 2012 08:50 AM by Shayla Perry
Fans of The Bachelor were promised that this season would end with an engagement between Ben Flajnik and one of the lucky bachelorettes featured on the show, so why has the ABC reality star been out partying at all hours of the night, flirting with other women?! Has the couple already split? Get all the juicy details about Ben Flajnik’s (seemingly single) wild nights out after the jump.
Most stars of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette keep a pretty low profile while their seasons air, but apparently, Ben Flajnik is doing things a little differently during his reign.
Though he’s rumored to be engaged to one of the contestants vying for his affection (and camera time) on the ABC show, sources say that Flajnik has been doing a lot of partying lately, and not the kind you’d expect from a man who’s supposedly getting married soon. Certainly not one currently starring in one of the most popular reality shows on air.
“He definitely still seems to be acting like a bachelor,” an eyewitness who spotted Ben out with friends tells Life & Style. According to the source, Flajnik and company were seen partying hard at a bash for Oxygen‘s Jersey Couture in New York City on February 2, bragging about being out until 4a.m. the night before. After tossing back a few vodka sodas, Bachelor Ben hopped on stage with rap duo, Salt-n-Pepa.
But the party didn’t stop then…
The next night (night 3, in case you’ve lost track), Flajnik and his friends were seen downing tequila shots during a late dinner at Ofrenda in the West Village before heading to the Jane hotel, where onlookers say that Ben was getting quite flirty with several women.
You know what they say: You can take the man out of the mansion, but you can’t take the mansion out of the man!
Okay, maybe they don’t say that, but you get the point!
For more on Ben Flajnik’s wild nights out, pick up the latest issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.
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