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Love Island's most complained moments - Bullying row, misogyny and age-gap romance

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Love Island has received more than 5,000 Ofcom complaints during this year's series.Several allegations were made to the broadcasting regulator by viewers who were concerned with "misogynistic behaviour" demonstrated by some of the boys, claims of "bullying," and Laura Whitmore's "s***-shaming" comments about Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu.The most complaints came after Movie Night which saw Luca Bish explode at partner Gemma Owen after clips were played of her and Billy Brown "flirting".More than 1,500 complaints followed the Snog, Marry, Pie, challenge where viewers expressed concern over the boys' treatment of Tasha Ghouri.As season eight has come to an end, Daily Star has rounded up the moments that have sparked the most controversy across the series.Movie Night was hit with more than 2,500 complaints after viewers believed "misogynistic and controlling" behaviour was being demonstrated by some of the boys.The episodes, which aired on July 15 and concluded on July 17, featured the girls and boys sitting down to watch clips of what their partners got up to while they were in Casa Amor.The challenge has become a catalyst in causing tension between the couples and this year was no different.The highest amount of complaints stemmed from Luca, 23, when he got into a heated exchange with Gemma, 19, after he was shown a clip of the brunette bombshell allegedly flirting with Billy, 23.In the mind-blowing scenes, Luca slammed Gemma, saying: "You were f***ing flirting!

And I was made out to look like an idiot for it."He continued ranting to the boys: "Trust me when I say, if she wants to f***ing play games with me, I'll play.

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