Love Island invaded by army of goats who ‘trashed’ the villa and caused chaos
The Love Island villa is packed to the brim with bikini-clad beauties and muscle men – but they had some surprise guests recently: a herd of naughty goats.
According to the show's location manager, a group of 14 goats invaded the set and wreaked havoc.
Speaking on tonight's Aftersun, they said it was the biggest drama in the villa this year as the goats almost trashed the set.
They said: "There were about 14 goats that came from the mountains. They ate some of the plants and they broke some of the walls."
Unfortunately all the goat drama wasn't seen on screen.
Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan's first official date saw them head to a farm and make goats cheese.
The pair had to milk the animals before they got their hands dirty to produce their own cheese.
The Scot seized the moment and attempted to create the pottery scene from Ghost, standing behind Belle as she mixed the ingredients.
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But Belle wasn't impressed, saying: "“There is nothing sexy about this at all."
In tonight's Love Island one couple will be dumped from the villa after a public vote.
The dumped couple are already back home in the UK and have filmed their segment for tonight's Aftersun spin-off show with Caroline Flack.
As the group gathers around the firepit tonight, they are told three couples are at risk of packing their bags.
The three pairs voted bottom in the public vote must stand in front of the other Islanders and it's up to them to save one pairing.
The dumped Islanders won't be unveiled until shortly before the end of tonight's episode, and then will immediately appear on Aftersun straight after the show.
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