Love Island spoiler sees Chloe SLAM disrespectful Toby ahead of another recoupling

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Chloe Burrows slams "disrespectful" Toby Aromolaran over his "annoying flirting" on Thursday's Love Island after new bombshell Abigail Rawlings' debut.

Wednesday's episode saw Abigail, 27, who said before entering the villa that she was going to "steal" Toby, 22, pull him for a chat where she made clear her feelings.

After previously confronting Toby about his behaviour and "avoiding" her in the villa, Chloe, 25, and the semi-professional football come to blows once again on Thursday's episode ahead of an explosive recoupling in the villa.

Prior to their conversation, Abigail pulls Toby for another chat where she asks him to link her arm in front of Chloe as she is struggling to walk in her heels.

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To which Toby comments: "Playing a dangerous game here…" with Abigail replying: "Am I going to get you in trouble? Trouble’s fun sometimes. Are you scared of a bit of trouble?”

Explaining his situation with Chloe, he continues: "I’m with Chloe, but I would get to know someone else as well. I would never shut that down."

To which Abigail comments: "It sounds like you’re pretty set with Chloe, so if you are…” with Toby adding: "I would never say I’m set, unless we had that exclusive label. I wouldn’t say we’re there yet."

Giving her opinion, the new bombshell remarks: "I would dump Chloe and get with me. At the moment I think it’s something you’re unsure about.”

To which Toby responds: "I’m open to getting to know you, does that sound unsure?"

After their chat, Chloe decides to speak to Toby privately where she slams him for being "disrespectful" over his "annoying flirting".

She says: "It’s up to you how you want to move. I don’t really have a lot to say to you. It should have been shut down if you were that interested me and that’s obviously not what happened.

"You’re linking arms in front of me. The annoying flirting. That’s disrespectful. Do you see any of the other boys doing that? It’s laughable now Toby."

To which Toby comments: "Wait, wait, I think you’re overthinking it there."

With Chloe insisting: "No, I think it’s disrespectful."

Defending himself, Toby adds: "It’s not like I’ve kissed a girl, do you know what I mean? If you want it to go long term you’re going to have to get tested."

Hitting back, Chloe says: "It’s not a test for me, it’s for you and you failed. If it was me I would have shut it down. Where my head was at that’s obviously not where your head was at. You should have told me earlier you were interested like that."

Speaking about their confrontation with the boys, Hugo Hammond tells Toby: "You can’t have your cake and eat it, that’s what she’s saying."

With Teddy Soares adding: "To be fair to Toby, they’re not in a relationship. Not exclusive. She’s rattled because she’s in a very different position to Toby."

And things go from bad to worse on Thursday night when the Islanders suddenly learn of a recoupling with Faye receiving a text which reads: "Islanders, it’s now time to recouple!

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"The boys will each choose which girl they want to couple up with and the girl not chosen to be in a couple will be dumped from the Island. Please gather round the fire pit immediately. #bigcall #ifyouknowyouknow."

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Love Island continues on Thursday night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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