Love Island fans ‘call the police’ as they’re forced to watch one couple’s ‘thrusting’ sex session | The Sun
LOVE Island fans have threatened to "call the police" after they were forced to watch one couple's "thrusting" sex session.
Viewers flooded Twitter to complain about Paige Thorne and Jacques O'Neill as they enjoyed time in the bedroom in last night's episode.
Love Island fans were left traumatised as they revealed they could see the professional rugby star "thrusting" under the covers.
Last night, the couple appeared to be having a steamy sex session after cuddling up in bed together in the villa bedroom.
Cameras panned in on the pair in bed as viewers at home were forced to sit through seconds of their frolics without warning.
Dozens flooded Twitter to complain they would "call the police" after watching the scenes as they were left disgusted.
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"Ew, someone call the police," one wrote on Twitter, as a second added: "Did not need to see those thrusting motions from Jacques."
"The last thing I wanna see is Jacques thrusting," a third penned, as a fourth person joked: "Call the police."
"Coming home to see clips on my man thrusting inside of me. I’d collapse," a fourth person concluded.
The couple were called out the following morning by their fellow Islanders, as Tasha Ghouri admitted she HEARD them having sex.
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She and her partner Andrew Le Page joked they could hear Paige moaning "Oh, Jacques" – despite her denials.
It comes after Luca Bish and Gemma Owen shared a passionate night in the Hideaway – but fans felt it spelled doom for the stars.
The islanders selected Michael Owen's daughter to spend the night in the private room with Luca in last night's episode.
As they cuddled on the bed he told her he was "obsessed" with the teenager, adding: "Do you see yourself falling in love with me?"
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After a pause the dressage star and swimwear designer, 19, flatly replied: "From what I've seen so far, I don't see why I wouldn't."
Fans on Twitter, who have accused Luca of being 'controlling' and of 'love bombing' Gemma, are convinced she will stray in Casa Amor and break Luca's heart.
The notorious second villa is set to return to Love Island in Friday's show as two islanders face being dumped from the series.
"Cannot wait for Gemma to get to Casa Amor, find a guy she actually likes and come back with him and watch Luca’s heart shatter," one fan said.
A second chimed in: "Eventually Gemma will break Luca's heart … but probably be few months after the show."
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In a glimpse of what's to come in the upcoming show, viewers were told by Iain Stirling last night "the wait is over, Casa Amor is coming".
The second villa has been a staple in the show's previous years and is notorious for often providing temptation and subsequent drama among the islanders.
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