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All the weird things banned from the Love Island villa from chewing gum to books | The Sun
THEY can spend up to eight weeks living in the sun-soaked villa, but while many think Love Island is a breeze – it isn't.
In fact the show is a far cry from an all-inclusive holiday as the Islanders have a strict set of rules to adhere to, leaving at home some of their prized possessions. Here’s what's a no go in the villa…
There might be lots of snogging going on but if the Islanders want to freshen up they have to brush their teeth.
Recently dumped Islander Ikenna revealed he had his confiscated, admitting: "I had a whole packet, but I got baited out one night."
Amber, who was with him on the Love Island podcast, added: "They took it because of Ekin-Su!"
Ikenna replied: "I got baited out, that's one mistake I'll never do again, never give it.”
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No books, phones, magazines or newspapers
Perhaps not surprisingly they are also completely cut off from the outside world and are not allowed access to phones, newspapers, magazines or books.
We're used to hearing the now-iconic "I've got a text!" But obviously the phones in the villa aren't the islanders' own.
Former Islander Liana Isadora Van-Riel said: "You're completely cut off.
"They give you these basic little phones where you can text each other but nobody really uses them, they're only really there for the whole 'I've got a text' aspect."
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