LOVE Island fans complained to Ofcom after being sickened by gross and noisy snogging.
Viewers have claimed producers are turning up the volume of the disgusting slurping noises – and they’re fed up of it.
There were seven complaints made to the TV regulator about last night’s show.
It followed backlash from fans who were convinced Siannise said the N-word, which reached 62 Ofcom complaints.
One viewer said: “I cant stand that kissing noise anymore.”
Another begged: “Can they mute this kissing noise please because its annoying.”
Someone else suggested: “I swear they turn the microphone sensitivity up whenever someone is kissing. The sloppy noise is always super amplified!! #LoveIsland.”
One added: “I just need to know if the producers purposely blast the volume on their mics when theyre kissing????? Bcs Ive NEVER HEARD ANYONE KISS THAT LOUD ITS LIKE TORTURE.”
The show’s raunchy sex scenes are a thing of the past since bosses started censoring them off the show.
Even though the stars are secretly having sex in the villa anyway – bosses won’t show it on TV because they don’t want to “ruin their lives”.
So that means viewers’ main source of saucy moments is passionate on-screen kisses – and there have been plenty since the series kicked off four weeks ago.
On Monday viewers were left cringing when Luke M licked Demi’s cheek mid-kiss.
The potential couple didn’t hold back when it came to their first kiss after discovering they had feelings for each other.
Luke M got so carried away that his tongue went awol and landed outside of Demi’s mouth.
Recently dumped Islanders Jordan and Rebecca are also guilty of getting very caught up in the moment.
Fans gagged as they slurped through their first kiss, landing the show with even more complaints about the noise.