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‘Love Island’s’ Olivia Attwood Kicked Out Of Club For Drinking From Bar Tap

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‘Love Island’s’ Olivia Attwood Kicked Out Of Club For Drinking From Bar Tap

We've all been at the pub at one time or another and been drunk (or sober) enough to want to reach over the bar, tilt your head back and guzzle the shit out of the beer tap.

It's human nature. The majority of us don't dare attempt that dream because obviously it would get us kicked out faster than you can say 'two pints of lager please'.

Well, that thought hasn't stopped Love Island's Olivia Attwood from doing just that at The Source Bar in Maidstone, Kent.

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Cameras caught her jumping over the bar and sucking down on a tap of Strongbow cider until a security guard picked her up and carried her outside.

One clubber said: "She got on the bar, tried to drink out the tap and got dragged out straight away. Literally that's what happened.

"She was with three men and they arrived just before 2am. I'm really honestly a bit confused about why she was there. It was an indie rock night and the club was full of 18-year-olds.

"I've always thought Olivia was more of an Essex girl, going to Sugar Hut, dressed up to the nines. We were in shock - it's so not her.

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"She's from Love Island, she's got a glam life and she's a bit older. But she was just wearing jeans and a jumper, not what you would expect."

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Celebrities: they're just like us.

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Another person at Source Bar that night added: "She was stumbling around. She wasn't on the dancefloor, she was just stood by the bar. People clocked who she was and we were looking at her but no one went near her.

"When she left, they were trying to make sure no one was videoing her - but obviously they didn't succeed.

"She's a loud girl, she was protesting when she got dragged out."

Her Love Island buddy Amber Davies has copped a similar battering but she wasn't slurping down some booze when she shouldn't have been.

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The reality show winner released a video to BBC Radio 5 Live's Twitter account, explaining her five rules for women and casual sex.

She was rinsed on social media for telling women not to put out on the first date, consider whether you're making the right decisions if you've been drinking, binning the idea of 'no strings attached' and not to treat the bedroom as an arena to 'impress' your partner.

Her critics told her she was bordering on slut shaming and that as long as the woman is consenting and with a sound mind then she should do what she wants.

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Topics: kent, Bar, Entertainment, TV and Film, strongbow, Alcohol, Love Island, Drinking

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