DJ Fisher slammed for taking Ellidy Pullin’s one-year-old daughter on motorbike ride in Bali

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DJ Fisher has come under fire after sharing a video in which he’s taking a baby for a ride on a motorbike during a trip to Bali. 

The clip, shared to Instagram on Thursday, shows the performer, real name Paul Nicholas Fisher, 36, taking Minnie Alex Pullin, the 17-month-old daughter of Ellidy Pullin, on a joy ride. 

The tot is wearing a helmet and is strapped to the DJ’s chest in the video, which was captioned: ‘MINNIE MOO SCOOTING AROUND TOWN!!!!’

Ellidy was tagged in the clip, as was an Instagram account for little Minnie.  

Several fans shared their concerns about the baby being taken for a motorbike ride in the comments.

DJ Fisher slammed for taking Ellidy Pullin’s one-year-old daughter on motorbike ride in Bali

DJ Fisher (pictured) has come under fire after sharing a video in which he’s taking a baby for a ride on a motorbike during a trip to Bali

Another wrote: ‘No no no – as cool as everyone thinks this is – it’s very young child with no protective wear on a motorcycle/moped and they aren’t concentrating as they are playing up to a camera – sorry as much as I love this guy this isn’t clever at any point.’

‘Have you been to Bali?? Have you seen the road?? If an accident happens on the bike with the baby. Next min on social media asking for help or Go Fund Me’ one more chimed in. 

‘And if you drop the bike? Get in an accident? Super cool then!’ one more person said. 

The tot is wearing a helmet and is strapped to the DJ's chest in the video, which was captioned: 'MINNIE MOO SCOOTING AROUND TOWN!!!!'

The tot is wearing a helmet and is strapped to the DJ’s chest in the video, which was captioned: ‘MINNIE MOO SCOOTING AROUND TOWN!!!!’

The child wore sunglasses in some of the clips, which showed multiple rides

The child wore sunglasses in some of the clips, which showed multiple rides 

Ellidy was tagged in the clip, as was an Instagram account for little Minnie

Ellidy was tagged in the clip, as was an Instagram account for little Minnie

‘I’m surprised after all the trauma she has been through that she would allow this’ someone else wrote. 

‘It’s not so much being on the scooter it’s being silly whilst on the bike. Most parents would want the person watching the road. What if they hit a bump and miss it because they pulling faces for the camera’. 

Others loved with footage, with one person saying: ‘The literal best thing I’ve ever seen’. 

Another wrote: ‘Best thing I’ve seen EVER!! She’s bound to be the best socialized human on the planet with her Auntie and Uncle Fisher’. 

Several fans shared their concerns in the comments, but others enjoyed the video

Several fans shared their concerns in the comments, but others enjoyed the video 

‘So bloody cuuuuuute’ said one more, with someone else agreeing, ‘I cannot deal with how adorable this Minnie Moo is’. 

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to DJ Fisher for comment.  

Australian model Ellidy shares her daughter with late snowboarder husband Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin.

The Olympic snowboarder was 32 when he drowned while spearfishing on the Gold Coast in July 2020, but through an incredible IVF and sperm retrieval process, Ellidy was was able to have his baby, Minnie. 

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A two-time snowboard cross world champion, Chumpy was Australia’s flag-bearer in Sochi in 2014 and a mentor for many up-and-coming snowboarders.

Australian model Ellidy (pictured) shares her daughter with late snowboarder husband Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin

Australian model Ellidy (pictured) shares her daughter with late snowboarder husband Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin

Chumpy drowned at Palm Beach on the Gold Coast on July 8, 2020. Later, Ellidy revealed that the couple had been trying for a baby.

Pullin drowned that day. It’s believed he was spearfishing by himself at an artificial reef at the beach when he was spotted on the ocean floor by a snorkeler.

He was a two-time boardercross world champion and had represented Australia at three Winter Olympics.Minnie was born in October, 2021.

Just hours after Pullin’s death, Ellidy’s quick-thinking brother and friends mentioned the process of sperm retrieval. Sperm retrieval from a body can take place up to 36 hours after death.

The Olympic snowboarder (left) was 32 when he drowned while spearfishing on the Gold Coast in July 2020, but through an incredible IVF and sperm retrieval process, Ellidy was was able to have his baby, Minnie

The Olympic snowboarder (left) was 32 when he drowned while spearfishing on the Gold Coast in July 2020, but through an incredible IVF and sperm retrieval process, Ellidy was was able to have his baby, Minnie

Under Queensland legislation, sperm can be removed posthumously when a designated officer declares their belief the deceased wouldn’t object.

The consent of the immediate family is also required before any sperm can be retrieved.

An IVF specialist assists with the retrieval, with a recommended removal timeframe of between 24 and 36 hours after death.

Ellidy’s retrieval process took place through the use of ICSI IVF, where a single sperm is injected directly into an egg for fertilisation.

She announced she was pregnant with Chumpy’s baby in June 2021 and welcomed her miracle baby on October 25, 2021.

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‘The ocean gave [Chumpy] life, and I didn’t think for a second that it would take that same life away,’ she explained.

‘It’s all a blur now. I can tell you what happened on that day, but it’s a story rather than a memory. I don’t remember anything else about that day beyond the story I’ve been forced to tell.’

She announced she was pregnant with Chumpy's baby in June 2021 and welcomed her miracle baby on October 25, 2021

She announced she was pregnant with Chumpy’s baby in June 2021 and welcomed her miracle baby on October 25, 2021

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