Viewers of Big Brother demand that Tom be reported to the POLICE after his ‘disgusting threat’ to housemate Noky: ‘This is unacceptable!’
Furious Big Brother viewers have demanded the police be called after spotting Tom’s disgusting threat to housemate Noky on Saturday.
It comes after the divided house saw a huge blazing row this week, with the contestants reportedly locked up for more than two hours before Paul and Dylan were both booted in a shocking double eviction.
And Tom appeared furious when he saw pal Chanelle talking to his rival, suggesting the dentist should now be ‘frozen’ for fraternizing with the enemy.
During the livestream, I saw him talking to Olivia while pulling his finger across his neck, which resembled the action of someone slitting someone else’s throat.
Speaking to X, formerly known as Twitter, one viewer said: ‘Their body language is disgusting and so disrespectful that ITV has to intervene. This is unacceptable.’
Shock: Furious Big Brother viewers have demanded the police be called after spotting Tom’s ‘disgusting threat’ against rival housemate Noky on Saturday
Tense: It comes after the divided house saw a huge blazing row this week with the contestants reportedly locked up for more than two hours before Paul and Dylan were both booted out in a shocking double eviction
While a second wrote: ‘Isn’t this speaking in code?’.
While someone else replies: ‘Yes, I think so, call the police’.
A fourth typed: ‘No, they are childish and threaten to cut Chanelle off from their pathetic group because they talked to Noky.
Someone else shouted angrily: ‘NOKY WAKE UP AND READ THEIR BODY LANGUAGE, DO SOMETHING’.
While seventh said after seeing the clip online: ‘The way I didn’t even clock this, wtf Noky is behind me’.
Paul and Dylan became the latest housemates to be removed from the show during Friday’s dramatic double eviction following a very dramatic fight night.
The pair faced the wrath of the live audience and were booed before their names were announced by presenters AJ Odudu and Will Best.
Paul, 24, emerged from the house to face the angry crowd just 24 hours after his foul-mouthed outburst that saw the show’s live feed ripped off the air.
Divided: And Tom (L) looked furious when he saw friend Chanelle (R) talking to his rival, suggesting the dentist should now be ‘out in the cold’ for fraternizing with the enemy
Enemies: During the livestream, I saw him talking to Olivia while pulling his finger across his neck, which resembled the action of someone slitting someone else’s throat
Furious: Speaking to X, formerly known as Twitter, a viewer said: ‘Their body language is disgusting and so disrespectful that ITV must intervene. This is unacceptable’
Immediately after his elimination, Paul reflected on his feud with Trish Balusa – who had accused him of being a ‘bully’ in the lead-up to his eviction and explained that he and his rival were ‘very similar’ in personality.
Speaking to presenters AJ and Will, he said: ‘I won’t lie, it was overwhelming. I kind of expected it. I know I’m quite a loud person. When people say you forget the cameras are there, you really do.
“I think Trish and I are very similar. I like to excite people and I think that’s part of the game. I could see why she thought that last night, but we all made fun of each other in the house.”
During his time in the house, Paul was seen bonding with dancer Olivia, 23, although he insisted their relationship was strictly platonic as he reminded viewers he has a girlfriend.
Exit: Pau (pictured) and Dylan became the latest housemates to be evicted from the show in Friday’s dramatic double eviction
Goodbye: The pair were both booed by the crowd before their names were announced by presenters AJ Odudu and Will Best (Dylan pictured)
He said: ‘On the outside I have a lot of girlfriends. Like, friends who are girls. I have a friend, she was sitting there. Olivia looked a lot like me, so we’re just good friends, I guess. We are like-minded people.’
Then Dylan, 39, made the move of shame but managed to put on a brave face by saying he “expected it.”
Greeted again by boos, host Will tried to reassure the DJ by saying: ‘It’s all a pantomime’.
He had taken on the role of house chef but fell out with housemates Trish and Noky when they were paired up for a special task earlier this week and nominated him for a separate eviction.
Although he survived that eviction, he accused the girls of “black-on-black” crime and admitted that moment is likely why the audience voted him off during Friday’s episode.
After the eviction he said: ‘Especially because I recently lost my rag. I knew it before the nominations. This week I got feisty and there’s a flashpoint there, as you can see. I can just say sorry again for my outburst.