Safety guards on the Love Island villa had been pressured to take away an intruder who gained entry throughout the evening, ITV has mentioned.
An space of the home in Majorca needed to be deep cleaned earlier than contestants had been allowed to make use of it once more following the safety breach, beneath the fact present’s COVID-19 security tips.
The intruder was a YouTube prankster who filmed himself on the well-known Love Island website, based on some media studies. It’s understood they didn’t come into contact with any of the housemates on the present.
“Final evening a safety breach was recognized and an intruder was faraway from the villa with instant impact,” a spokesman for Love Island mentioned. “The security of each our islanders and our manufacturing crew stays our major concern.
“As a part of our stringent COVID security measures, the villa space that was trespassed has been absolutely deep cleaned earlier than being made accessible once more to the islanders and crew.”
The incident comes after Tuesday evening’s episode confirmed a row erupting within the villa, with Hugo Hammond angering a number of of the opposite contestants by saying his largest turn-off is “faux” personalities and appears.
The 24-year-old was tearful and apologised to civil servant Sharon Gaffka, 25, and lettings supervisor Faye Winter, 26, who each mentioned they’ve had beauty procedures carried out.
Hugo instructed them he “did not imply something malicious”, including: “I used to be actually so shocked that it obtained interpreted because it did, as a result of clearly I had no intention of upsetting anybody.”
Tuesday’s episode additionally noticed “bombshell” contestants Millie Court docket and Lucinda Strafford enter the villa as the ladies went out for lunch.
Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2 and the ITV Hub.