Love Island fans baffled as Haris says women with feet over a size five are a ‘turn off’

Love Island's Haris Namani has already caused a bit of controversy online, after last night's (January 16) series launch, saw the boxer remark that he's rather picky about the size of women's feet.

The 21 year old, who has been labelled the "biggest game player" by his ex-girlfriend, was asked if he has any major turn-offs when it comes to looking for love, to which he quickly replied: "Size five feet."

Appearing rather taken aback by this, host Maya Jama joked: "I'm out of limits. I'm size six and a half. It's not going to happen. You can't be that strict down to the foot size."

Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the bizarre dating preference, with one writing: "Haris pls be serious of all the red flags you could have in a girl you draw the line at size 5+ feet."

While another posted a screengrab of last year's islander Tasha Ghouri sneaking around the villa, which they captioend: "haris going round the villa to check the girls feet size."

And a third joked: "Haris gonna be preeing the feet to see if they’re under size 5 before he steps forward #loveisland"

Others began theorising why Haris will only date women with small feet, as one Twitter user posted: "So are we all in agreement that Haris’s tiny foot thing is bc he’s got tiny feet and is insecure about it?"

And another Love Island fan added: "Haris saying his biggest turn off is girls who have feet bigger then a size 5… I’m assuming that’s because you have size 6 feet right? #LoveIsland"

Ahead of the show's premiere, Haris said that going on the show would be "the best opportunity" to find love. He said: "I've never found love. I think this is the show that can help me.

"It's the best opportunity for me to find the girl and find the right one. I've obviously not found the right one myself."

Haris, who is one of 10 new singletons on the winter series of the show, confessed he wasn't entirely sure why he is currently single – and that he had never taken a girl home to meet him mum.

"I'm not too sure [why]. I've never been turned down by a girl," he admitted. "I know it can happen, but my strike rate is 100 per cent. I've just not found the spark.

"I've never taken a girl home, I'm not going to say I've fallen in love until I've taken them to meet my mum and dad or sisters and brother."


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