Love Island 2019: Islander reveals one villa rule ALL the boys have ‘broken’

Love Island’s Essex contestant Elma was voted out of the villa in last night’s instalment, and reflecting on her time in the show, she has now dropped a major bombshell.

The eyelash technician has claimed every single boy in the ITV2 show has broken the strictest role and masturbated during their time in the villa.

In an interview after her exit, Elma said she believed there was no way any of male contestants could have gone eight weeks without pleasuring themselves.

Asked about the rule and which of the boys she thought would have broken it, Elma thought the prospect of holding back was hilarious.

“No masturbation!” she exclaimed to the Mirror. “I’m pretty sure all the boys have been cracking them out to be honest.

“I’m not a boy, I don’t have a willy, but I’m pretty sure that all of the boys are breaking that rule.”

The former islander continued to speculate over how the boys could adhere to the rule, and she even suggested where they would go to relieve themselves.

“You just couldn’t go for eight weeks…” Elma joked. “I can’t imagine any boy doing that.

“They’re probably going somewhere privately…”

Despite this though, Elma went on to row back on her claims when she realised there was probably nowhere in the villa or garden the myriad of cameras couldn’t catch them.

I’m pretty sure all the boys have been cracking them out

Elma Pazar

She then explained islanders were even filmed in the toilet.

The ban on masturbation was brought in last year to add to a handbook which reels off a list of other rules to the contestants, according to the publication.

Islanders are allowed to have sex with each other, but they are told it must be under the covers to protect their other roommates, and condoms must be used.

There are also reportedly rules on not drinking too much, with a limit on wine and beer of two glasses each night.

The show’s hopefuls are also reportedly not allowed to have sex if they’re drunk, and should see the show’s psychologist afterwards to discuss how they feel in the aftermath, and to confirm everything was consensual. has contacted a representative at ITV for comment.

Last night’s edition saw Lucie and Joe deeply upset when presenter Caroline Flack announced the public had voted out Joe.

Lucie could be seen crying in the Beach Hut and she even confided to Amber Gill about how she was convinced the other islanders had made their choices based on “friendships” rather than who was actually compatible.

Will Lucie decide to leave the villa and follow Joe into the outside world during tonight’s episode?

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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