Trouble in Paradise? Love Island bosses deny drafting in extra security after furious Jonny clashes with Theo over Tyla Carr... as viewers delight in his misfortune

He came, he saw, he coupled.

And after new boy Theo Campbell rocked the boat by pairing up with Jonny Mitchell's beau Tyla Carr, Love Island producers were forced to deny they have upped security in case the rivals come to blows.

Viewers watched with bated breath as the cocksure Theo choose Tyla to couple up with - much to the anger of besotted Jonny - while viewers took to Twitter to share their delight as love rat Jonny seethed in his chair.

Tense: Love Island bosses have denied drafting in extra security after Jonny Mitchell and Theo Campbell clashed during a surprise recoupling. Fighting over Tyla Carr, the pair faced off in dramatic scenes on Friday night's show

Tense: Love Island bosses have denied drafting in extra security after Jonny Mitchell and Theo Campbell clashed during a surprise recoupling. Fighting over Tyla Carr, the pair faced off in dramatic scenes on Friday night's show

It had been reported that show bosses had upped the security following the most dramatic and aggressive scenes of the series so far.

'Producers want to make sure everyone in the villa is kept safe,' a show source told the Star on Sunday

'It is understood there will be rows between contestants but a physical fight won't be tolerated. If things get too heated, security reps will storm in and put a stop to it.'

A spokesperson told MailOnline there was 'no truth' to the claims.  

After being forced to choose the one remaining girl, Amber, Jonny stood up and called the new islander a b*****d for his decision to take Tyla away from him.

In retaliation, Theo stood up and shouted: 'B******? You're a b******! Dry your tears mate!'  

Fuming: Viewers watched with bated breath as the cocksure Theo choose Tyla to couple up with - much to the anger of besotted Jonny

Fuming: Viewers watched with bated breath as the cocksure Theo choose Tyla to couple up with - much to the anger of besotted Jonny

Face off: The Love Islanders turn on each other as new boy Theo squares up to Jonny after saying he'll steal Tyla

Face off: The Love Islanders turn on each other as new boy Theo squares up to Jonny after saying he'll steal Tyla

On the cobbles: As the tense scenes progressed it looked in the moment as if the pair were close to ending up in fisticuffs and show bosses are to have moved swiftly to ensure it couldn't happen again

On the cobbles: As the tense scenes progressed it looked in the moment as if the pair were close to ending up in fisticuffs and show bosses are to have moved swiftly to ensure it couldn't happen again

As the tense scenes progressed it looked in the moment as if the pair were close to ending up in fisticuffs and show bosses swiftly denied it would happen again. 

Later, talking about Theo, Jonny said: 'He's f****d himself, the guy is a f*****g idiot.'

And Theo hit back: 'The guy is a tuna melt.'

Meanwhile, Amber also hit the roof when new stunner Georgia Harrison chose Kem Cetinay to couple up with leaving Amber Davies enraged. 

Melt central: Theo and Jonny both hurled insults at each other following the beef

Amber was then seen screaming at Georgia: 'He's my boyfriend, you picked my boyfriend!'

Following the episode, ex-Islander Tyne-lexy Clarson took to Twitter to slam the 'poor response' from the girls.

In a series of tweets, Tyne-lexy explained that she thinks Georgia was right to 'stay true to herself'.

MailOnline have contacted ITV2 for comment. 

Meanwhile, Amber also hit the roof when new stunner Georgia Harrison chose Kem Cetinay to couple up with leaving Amber Davies enraged

Meanwhile, Amber also hit the roof when new stunner Georgia Harrison chose Kem Cetinay to couple up with leaving Amber Davies enraged

Retaliation: Amber was then seen screaming at Georgia: 'He's my boyfriend, you picked my boyfriend!'

Retaliation: Amber was then seen screaming at Georgia: 'He's my boyfriend, you picked my boyfriend!'

 

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