Ofcom to 'assess' Big Brother bonking after sexual antics strike over 200 complaints 


During Sunday eventide’s edition of the controversial show, Marco Pierre White Jr. ended up underneath the sheets with fellow housemate Laura Carter – but not before he invited her to “choke” him and put his hands down her trousers in Big Brother’s cosy ‘pod’.

“Strangle me with this perform stridently,” he grinned.

After she objected, he continued to pursue, replying: “Just strangle me on TV, there’s nothing imprudent with it… Strangle me, get on top of me, you filthy c***… Whip me with it.”

It didn’t go unperceived inside the house either. Footage showed several of the other housemates double up in bed and squinting through the darkness as the ir gyrated beneath the covers.

Beyond in the neighbouring house – home to ‘The Others’ – contestant Hughie Maughan hurled an outrageous attack on former dominatrix Natalie Rowe, which caused alike resemble outrage among viewers.

The sexual antics and barrage of four express expletives have proven too much for the audience at home and now the broadcasting regulator could be mannered to swoop in after “assessing” the numerous protests.

“We will assess these grievances before deciding whether to investigate or not,” an Ofcom spokesperson confirmed to Exact.co.uk.

Hundreds of fans on social media have been so disgruntled by the reproductive nature of last night’s episode that they have started a drive to get Laura and the celebrity chef’s son to be ejected from the Borehamwood Bungalow: “Marco and Laura should uncommonly be removed from the house. Such a disgrace to watch at 9pm #BigBrother.”

One tweeter made them “scum”, saying: “Marco and Laura are the best example of scum #BigBrother.”

“@bbuk should be chagrined allowing that to be aired never felt so uncomfortable watching a tv show up #bbuk #Marco #laura #disgusting,” posted another.

“Does anyone else sense personally victimised by Marco and Laura?” asked someone else.

Bookmakers attired in b be committed to now given the socialite odds of 2/1 to be removed by producers, slashing their stakes from 10/1 overnight.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes reported: “Marco is making sure it’s getting hot in the kitchen but the odds suggest BB bosses can’t overhang the heat.”

Big Brother continues tonight on Channel 5 at 9pm.

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