Ofcom has received almost 800 complaints about the show over the weekend.

The UK’s broadcast regulator says it’s had nearly 800 complaints about Love Island since Friday.

Ofcom says most of them were in regards to Maura from Longford. A total of 486 people contacted them about Maura’s advances towards Tommy. The model from Longford leaned over him to try and get him to lock lips with her on Friday’s episode, but he declined.

302 also got in touch with them to complain about the treatment of Lucie, who’s been accused of being ‘distant’.

The organisation says it’s assessing the complaints. 

An Ofcom spokeswoman said: “We will assess these complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.”