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650 viewers have complained to Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, after Sunday night's Love Island episode. 

The complaints  were made due to the 'unnecessary' and orchestrated distress contestant Dani Dyer was put under. 

Dani was shown a misleading video on the show, featuring her boyfriend Jack Fincham with another woman, Ellie Jones, who happens to be his ex-girlfriend. 


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'It always happens to me, as soon as I’m happy with someone, something happens to me, it’s like I’m not allowed to be happy,' she said on the show.

'Imagine it’s some girl that he’s been recently seeing, he clearly has feelings if he was seeing her and now she’s in here.'

'I knew it was too good to be true,' she said, breaking down into tears. 

The video seemed to present that Jack and Ellie have something going on between them, which is misleading. 

Recently, the male contestants were moved to a separate villa, where six new female contestants were introduced. 

Jack has in fact been sleeping outside to avoid having to share a bed with his ex, or any of the new female contestants, and has remained loyal to Dani.  

The couple, who are favourites to win the show, were reunited last night. 



So, online clothes shopping is a super convenient way to stay on trend when you simply don't have the time to tackle the high street.

However, returning ill-fitting items can be extremely frustrating – especially when the process gets delayed.

One ASOS customer who recently suffered this minor annoyance is Stephen Cannon, from Workington, England.

Stephen got in touch with the online retailer to inform them that his product exchange had been delayed – but this was no ordinary compliant.

Determined to create some fun from the situation, he wrote his message in the style of Eminem hit, Stan, and oh boy, are you in for a treat.

The good folks over at ASOS even took the joke one step further, giving Stephen a perfectly lyrical, yet professional response.

Stephen then shared the exchange in Facebook, and for that, we are forever grateful.


This complaint will certainly brighten up your day!

Billy Cunningham from Kent was shocked to find his meal deal offer invalid as he went through the self service till in Tesco.

He was so disappointed that he wrote a letter of complaint on Facebook that was so melodramatic, it caught everyone by surprise.

To make matters even more hilarious, Tesco replied with an even better responce to Billy.

Our faith in humanity is restored!



This is just crazy – can you imagine actually being sent the following email after you make a legitimate complaint to a company?

DollsKill is a an alternative-style clothing store that can cater for all your quirky needs, and we must admit some of their items are quite cool – their attitude however, not so much.

A customer wrote to the clothing company complaining about a piece of Native American style headdress they had on their website, to which they received this, frankly horrific reply:

“Hey doll,

The last thing DollsKill would be/represent is Racist – we love and value individuality and originality! Our company was created to represent dolls of all flavours/colors/ideals/etc – we’re here for the Misfits, Miss Legits, and EVERYTHING in between!

I’m sorry if that costume offended you, but to call us “racist” is pretty RIDICULOUS.

We’re a brassy, sassy, stick it up your asssyy kinda company – not for the easily offended norm culture, so take a chill pill and get your panties out of bunch…because it ain’t that serious cutie ;)”

Wherever you may stand on the cultural appropriation of the Native American headdress, I think everyone can agree this is so NOT the way to deal with someone who lodges a complaint.

Can you imagine receiving an email like that after you complained about something?!

Then again, maybe we just need to take a "chill pill!"?!



We’ve been known to throw a few noisy parties ourselves, but if your neighbours are continuously keeping you up at night with their noisy antics, then here are some tips on how to deal with them:

Be reasonable
Going in with all guns blazing will only aggravate the situation – and if both you and your neighbour own your houses you’re going to have to live next door to each other for quite a while, so you don’t want to fall out. If you knock in to their house and just explain that you can hear the noise and would appreciate them keeping the volume down past a certain time, they should be decent enough to agree and apologise for your lost sleep. But if not….

Put it in writing
If your neighbours are not very nice people and insist on blaring music at two o’ clock in the morning despite your reasonable request for quiet, then write them a letter. This way, if you want to get the law involved, you have proof that you’ve tried to solve the issue yourself. You should also keep a noise pollution log to show just how bad things are.

Make a formal complaint
You are entitled to make a complaint about your neighbours to the District Court if things get really bad, and you might have to have the Gardaí help enforce whatever decision the Court comes to.

Good luck!



The Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue has spoken out about being sexually assaulted after going out to fans at a German gig:

“This guy went right under and properly grabbed my balls. So all I could think of doing was turning round and punching him in the face.

“I felt that my life was in danger.

“His friends started to come at me, it was a big deal. Luckily, security got them all back.”

When the guy threatened to call the police, Danny decided to get in there first and file a complaint:

“He started saying he was going to call the police so I filed a complaint to say the bloke sexually assaulted me and I just reacted.”

Fair enough, Danny!