Hit TV favourite Love Island is to be filmed on Flat Holm this year due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Contestants will also have to keep 2 metres away from each other and avoid flying seagull shit as part of the show.
Producer Glenda TangerineTits told WalesOnCraic:
“Covid has caused such disruption in this last year and we are no exception. We’ve decided to say close to home and make things easier. Flat Holm has been recommended to us as substitute tropical island where we can get our contestants drunk and horny and hopefully up to no good. We’ve had it on good authority that the place is swarming with palm trees and crystal blue seas. All we need now are some dipshit body-beautifuls and we’re on to a winner.”
Flat Holm is situated off the southern coast of Wales, and is famed for its mile-long golden beaches and people in bikinis. It once formed part of Cardiff but drifted away one day for no apparent reason.
The new series of Love Island starts at some point this year. Probably.