Love Island contestants to be given new 'sex rules' ahead of this year's series
Love Island contestant are to be given new rules about sex ahead of this year's series.
This summer, those staying in the villa will no longer be able to be totally naked, have sex with anyone who is drunk, or masturbate.
Contestants will also be provided with a handbook about consent prior to their entrance to the villa.
The Mirror reports that the ground rules will be introduced ahead of this summer's instalment of the reality TV show.
As well as bans on certain types of activities and more information on contraceptives, contestants will also be offered a post-sex counselling session if they want one.
This session will provide the contestant with information on the morning after pill and advice from a trained counsellor.
Love Island proved to be a big hit with viewers last summer, securing its place as one of the most popular reality TV shows of the year.
Couples Kem and Amber, Montana and Alex, and Tyla and Mike all hooked up on camera during the series.
Later, Amber said that she had sex with Kem because "I thought I was in love." She also admitted that she forgot the cameras were there.
This came after Amber said that she believed people shouldn't have sex on a first date.
Love Island returns this summer on ITV2.