Love Island 2017 contestants have reportedly been warned over unprotected sex.
It's been claimed today that show bosses have told the Islanders that they'll be REMOVED from the series if they fail to practice safe sex while in the villa.
A source explained: "Despite all the condoms and the islanders being repeatedly reminded to stay safe before going onto the show, they’re just ignoring it all.
“Bosses of the show really want to avoid anything controversial - because it’ll overshadow what the show is really about and all the hard work that has got the huge ratings will have gone to waste."
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the insider added: “So now they want to be proactive rather than reactive and they’ve issued stars a stern warning – play safe or leave.
“The last thing the stars would want is to leave in disgrace, so they better safe than sorry.”
The story follows reports last week that Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay had angered show bosses after having unprotected sex.
This week the official boyfriend and girlfriend were even seen getting caught having sex by Nathan in his bed in broad daylight.
It left producers giving the duo a 'final warning' after Amber requested a morning after pill via the beach hut.
A source told the Daily Star: “They’ve been issued a final warning and both Kem and Amber met with the show doctor for a three-hour lecture on the importance of safe sex.”
A show source commented: “We do everything we can to encourage safe and responsible sex.”
Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that all the contestants must pass a STI test and medical before joining the show.
Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.