LOVE Island fans have claimed a couple is "having sex every night" in a wild viewer theory.
Viewers say they have the most sexual chemistry after seeing what they claimed to be a clue.
It happened when Tanya Manhenga "mounted" Shaq Muhammad in front of her villa co-stars in a recent episode – and they all cheered.
Following the saucy moment, one person said on Twitter: "Shaq and Tanya do the do every night or what."
Another raved: "Shaq and Tanya in bed. Wow, they really are the horniest couple!"
And a third raved: "Shaq and Tanya are too horny. Like this challenge made them want to make a real baby."
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Tanya, 22, and Shaq, 24, have been partnered up on the show since the first coupling and despite a blip in Casa Amor, they are still going strong.
Fans think they had a secret romp in the villa just two weeks into the series.
Viewers were shocked when Tanya made an X-rated comment about her beau as they snuggled up in bed together.
"You're so big, I love it," Tanya said to her beau, as he laughed and pulled her in for a tighter hug and a kiss.
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While some fans thought the innocent comment was related to Shaq's height, others thought it revealed a secret romp.
Taking to Twitter, one penned: "Still wondering what Tanya meant by it's so big…" as another added: "I wonder what big thing Tanya was talking about."
"Um, I'm sorry, WHAT did you just say?" a third penned of the comment, while a fourth said: "What are we talking about here, girl?"
It comes after a former Islander hit out that Shaq and Tanya were "forcing" their relationship for the cameras.
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