TV watchdog Ofcom has been receiving complaints over Daley Ojuederie's aggressive attack on Hazel O’Sullivan.
Daley was booted out of the house on Monday following the incident on Sunday night, with Hazel telling Big Brother she felt "terrified" by the boxer after he "flipped".
She told Dan Neal this week "He just turned; the eyes and everything. I had my knees up to his chest trying to push him away, really really intense."
Despite Channel 5 warning that the show contained “disturbing scenes” before airing, some 60 viewers have still complained that they should've never shown the clip.
While others have complained suggested that Hazel too should've been ejected, when she was just given a warning after pulling down Daley's boxers and slapping him on the bum.
Ofcom said it was looking at the complaints and would decide in due course whether or not to launch an investigation.
Last year saw Channel 5 get a telling off from the TV watchdog over its handling of Conor McIntyre's threats to Deana Uppal.
He ranted: "Get your epilator and stick it up your arse. We don't give a f**k! Stick it up her f**king m**ge, stupid b**tard.
"I'm gonna play loads of pranks on her. F**king piece of s**t, I don't give a f**k if I'm pulled up to the Diary Room."
But Ofcom ruled that Big Brother's warning was too light, and viewers expected a more harsh response from Big Brother.
Channel 5 declined to comment on these latest complaints.