‘Real sex’ warning to broadcasters as Love Island avoids Ofcom rap

‘Real sex’ warning to broadcasters as Love Island avoids Ofcom rap

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Broadcasters should take “particular care” when broadcasting “real sex” after the watershed, watchdog Ofcom has said – despite clearing TV show Love Island over scenes involving two contestants getting intimate.

Ofcom investigated the ITV2 show – presented by Caroline Flack – following complaints about Emma-Jane Woodham and Terry Walsh having sex in footage shown just after the watershed.

Shots of the contestants were filmed using night-vision cameras and they were interspersed with the shocked reactions of other housemates. Viewers had been warned beforehand that there would be scenes of a “sexual nature”.

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