Lewis Gregory gets Big Brother VERY angry with his antics

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Big Brother gave Lewis Gregory a telling off in tonight's latest highlights.

Following the eviction, Lewis had a few too many 'refreshments' and his antics caused chaos in the house.


He first attempted to cook himself a meal - which ended with Big Brother asking the other housemates to step in.

As the housemates attempted to throw out Lewis' potentially dangerous dish, he shouted: "That's mine, leave it alone. Leave my mince alone."

Zoe eventually chucked it into the bin, as Lewis continued to protest: "Oh my God, what are you doing?"

Later as the group tried to get to sleep, Lewis went on to wind up his fellow housemates before following Lewis Flanagan into the toilet.

A very angry sounding Big Brother immediately called him to the Diary Room.

Big Brother told Lewis G: "Big Brother has called you to the Diary Room because you walked into the toilet knowing that Lewis F was in there.


"Big Brother takes housemates' privacy very seriously."

While housemates seemed fed up with Lewis G, viewers were somewhat more split.

"Someone honestly needs to teach Lewis G some basic respect for other humans #BBUK #SaveBBUK" tweeted @BigHideout.

But @BigBrotherFocus posted: "I can't help but laugh at Lewis G 😂🤦🏼‍♂️"

Elsewhere tonight, the Big Brother housemates got the chance to spend their Big Coins.

Big Brother revealed that Akeem Griffiths was the current richest housemate with 1,167 while Kay Lovelle was last in the rankings with 348.

In this evening's highlights, Big Brother announced: "Housemates, over the last week Big Brother has given housemates the opportunity to collect and save up on Big Coins.


"However, like every currency, Big Coins are also there to be spent and today it's time for housemates to loosen the purse strings and treat themselves. Housemates will now get the chance to spend their Big Coins on some exclusive items in Big Brother's auction. Happy spending!"

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5.

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