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Love Island viewers were not impressed as they tuned into the latest episode of the dating series on Monday evening.
Following the latest re-coupling in the Spanish villa, the new pairs got to know each other even better and went off to have chats with one another.
Apart from Hugo and Sharon, and Kaz and Aaron, all of the other couples are romantically involved and didn't waste any time in getting close to one another.
Of course, this involved lots of kissing and saucy snogs – but fans of the show were not happy with the sound effects.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Ewwww hearing kissing on my screen ain’t it #loveIsland."
Love Island viewers were not impressed as they tuned into the latest episode of the dating series on Monday evening
Another tweeted: "Ok LoveIsland hold off with the kisses now. #loveIsland," while a third said: "I really don’t like watching people kissing! #loveisland."
A fourth viewer begged: "Please mute these people kissing for the LOVE of God #loveisland."
Another said: "The sounds of these ppl kissing is f**kin haunting me, turn ur mics down PLS #LoveIsland."
And someone else noted: "These kissing noises are starting to sound like toilet plungers #LoveIsland," while another penned: "All this kissing is making me sick #LoveIsland."
Viewers did not like the loud sound of the couples kissing, including Jake and Liberty
But the kissing certainly didn't stop there, as once the new couples got into bed with each other – they couldn't keep their hands off of one another.
Something else that had viewers reaching for the sick bucket on Monday evening was the latest challenge.
In the ‘spit the roast’ competition, the boys had to pass the entire contents of a Sunday roast dinner to the girls as fast as they could.
As always with Love Island there were plenty of twists and turns, as the boys had to throw the food to the girls in the first round, but transport the rest of the meal using only their mouths in the second round.
Something else that had viewers reaching for the sick bucket on Monday evening was the latest challenge
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV HUB.Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.