Love Island viewers have accused the female contestants of 'double standards' after Maura Higgins complainted about Curtis Pritchard not wanting to have sex with her.
In an earlier scene in Thursday's episode the grid girl was seen writhing on top of the professional dancer in the communal bedroom.
Curtis, 23, told her he was "too tired" and had a headache before adding, "tonight is not the night."
"When is the night?" quipped Maura.
She had to cope with a just cuddle instead but the next day vented her anger to pals.
After Curtis asked her if she wanted a morning coffee, Maura complained: "A f**king orgasm would be grand, is that too much to ask?"
The Irish star said she just wanted Curtis to "drip all over her."
Molly Mae agreed with the sentiment.
"If I was laying it on Tommy and he was giving me nothing, I would have kicked him out of the bed," she said.
Viewers at home were left cringing by the racy chat while some others accused the girls of 'double standards' over their attitudes to the men in the villa.
"If that was the boys having that conversation about their partners not wanting sex the media would’ve gone mad. Double standards!" complained one.
"Molly saying she would make tommy sleep alone if he didn’t sleep with her, imagine if it was the other way round and tommy saying that about molly everyone would kick off, double standards," agreed another.
"Sorry, but the way Maura DESTROYED Tom just for making a joke (yes it was inappropriate but it wasn't malicious) only to then actually have a go at Curtis because he didn't want sex – leave me out," fired a third.
A fourth asked: "If Curtis was talking about how he got zero action and got the hump when he didn't get sex there would be OUTRAGE! OUT-RAGE! But because it's Maura that makes it fine?"
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