The Love Island villa is targeted by FIVE intruders a day
That’s actually so scary
If you thought Love Island was dramatic enough already, can you imagine how scary it must feel knowing there are at least five intruders a day, trying to break into the villa?!
According to ex-islander Alex Miller, there are strangers trying to do just that on a daily basis.
He told The Daily Star: “When I left, I chatted with the guys who looked after us.
“They told me at least five people a day try to access that villa – but so far no-one has got in. They’re clearly doing a good job! I was impressed.”
Where is the Love Island villa?
Everyone knows the villa is on the Spanish island of Mallorca. It's in/around the village of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar. We found exactly where the original villa and Casa Amor are on Google Maps. The villa is a 48 minute, 3.7 kilometre walk from the nearest town. Faster still, it's a 9 minute drive or a 16 minute cycle.
Is the Love Island villa safe?
A Love Island spokesperson told The Sun Online: "There is round the clock, wide security coverage at the villa site and the Islanders protection and safety is our top priority." There are also 72 cameras in the house and even some in the showers and toilets.
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