The Love Island 'game' that went too far
So, anyone who's watched Love Island Australia knows that it constantly teeters on the edge of what's appropriate for TV.
But this latest 'game'?
It's certainly taken things to a whole other level.
The 'game' (and yes, we will continue to use inverted commas) split the contestants into two groups, male and female (although you'd be forgiven for thinking them a single amorphous blob).
Both groups then played a game, disgustingly called, Every Hole's A Goal.
Anyway, what followed was players using - again - thinly-veiled excuses to mac on body parts.
Tayla Damir, Grant Crapp, Erin Barnett and Eden Dally all pushed the envelope:
an actual game.
While understandably, we all indulge in this show for the purpose of sexy escapism, perhaps its time to drop the facade of a competition and call it what it is?
A thinly-veiled orgy.
Image: Love Island
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