A teen tuning in to Love Island this week was left reeling after spotting her former PE teacher. See her hilarious reaction here:
Hugo Hammond is one of the contestants on this year's show - which sees a bunch of ridiculously good-looking people shacked up inside a fancy villa while competing to find true love or their share of £100,000 - and revealed in his introduction video that he was a PE teacher from Hampshire.
Now a few of his former pupils have seen the 24-year-old on the show and can't quite believe their eyes.
Posting on TikTok, 18-year-old Scarlet shared her hilarious reaction after seeing 'sir' on the dating show, writing: "Nothing like seeing your PE teacher at 9pm on ITV2," while the camera flips from the screen, first showing Hammond, then the surprised faces of the student and her pals.
Scarlet shared the clip alongside the caption: "Hi Mr Hammond, we miss you."
Speaking in his intro VT, Hammond told the cameras: "Hi, my name's Hugo, I'm 24 and I'm a PE teacher from Hampshire.
"I would definitely say that I am a cool teacher. I have never asked a girl to call me Mr Hammond. I don't think I could do it without laughing, so I'm definitely not going to be doing that any time in the near future."
Well that's good, mate, seeing as a bunch of your ex-pupils are tuning in.
He then added: "It's definitely going to be a Mr Hammond summer. No detentions, all fun, top marks. That's the dream."
And it's not just his former students who are shocked at seeing a teacher in the villa - after Hammond made a series of X-rated confessions, including revealing he once had sex in the middle of a road, viewers have questioned whether he'd be able to return to teaching.
Posting on social media, one person said: "I can't get over the fact Hugo is a teacher, surely he doesn't think he can go back to that?"
While another commented: "Hugo is never being a teacher again, SEX IN THE ROAD??"
Someone else joked: "Hugo's students will definitely be avoiding the P.E mats from this point on."
Meanwhile, The Daily Star managed to track down his former workplace, Blundell's School in Devon, which issued a statement saying he was only there for a 'very short' time.
A spokesperson from the school said: "Mr Hammond was here on a very short placement during his teacher training in the Spring Term.
"He was not employed by the school."
They added: "We have no further comment to make."
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