LOVE Island viewers were left in hysterics after spotting Molly-Mae’s teddy next to her while Tommy Fury performed a sex act on her.
The influencer’s stuffed elephant – Ellie Bellie – has remained with her during her time in the villa so far and was very much present as they became the first couple to get intimate last night.
The pair sparked speculation they had sex last night but didn’t in fact have full intercourse – but for many fans her teddy was all they could think about.
One person wrote: “Sorry but how could you have sexual relations with someone while they are clutching a teddy bear…I'm gonna boke #LoveIsland.”
Another moaned: “THE POOR STUFFED TEDDY #loveisland.”
While another horrified person remarked: “Was molly's stuffed elephant in the bed with her and tommy when they they were shagging??#LoveIsland.”
And someone else tweeted: “I hope Molly-Mar and Tommy were sensible last night and covered Ellie-Bellie's eyes. I wonder just how much that elephant has seen. #LoveIsland.”
Ellie-Bellie has been a big part of the show already after Iain Stirling previously revealed she was “contraband” but she remained in the villa.
Yesterday's instalment of the ITV2 dating show featured Tommy and Molly-Mae, both 20, moving vigorously under the covers.
At one stage Molly could be heard gasping: "Jesus Christ."
Viewers also claimed that the pair were making "sex noises" as they laid side-by-side, with Molly's eyes closed.
Tommy and Molly-Mae's relationship has been hotting up ever since he rejected flirty Maura Higgins' advances and chose to stick with Molly in the re-coupling ceremony.
Earlier this week, we saw their romantic first kiss and on Wednesday night it seemed the pair were taking things up a gear.
Tommy was spotted with a smug smile plastered on his face while Molly-Mae, her cuddly toy discarded on the bed, appeared to reach down under the covers.
The Love Island subtitles then signposted exactly what was going on when the Instagram star whispered: "It's f***ing huge" just before the credits rolled.
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