Love Island’s Hugo Hammond admits to booting girls out of his bed after sex – calling it ‘the half night stand’

LOVE Island newcomer Hugo Hammond has admitted to booting girls out of his bed after sex in order to have a “half night stand”.

Introducing himself in an official VT, the PE teacher revealed he “likes sleeping in his own bed” so much that he “boots” girls out in the night.


Hugo admitted to “booting” girls out for his “half night stand”[/caption]

Hugo, 24, who will become Love Island‘s first physically disabled contestant, has joked about being “the inventor” of the half night stand.

He revealed in an interview posted to Love Island’s official Instagram page: “I am in the inventor of something I like to call half night stand.

“I very much like my own bed and waking up by myself in the morning so I’d either have to do a runner, or I’d have to boot them out.”

The PE teacher added it was vital so he could “enjoy the rest of his evening” and “get his beauty sleep in” before waking up for school.


Hugo, 24, will join 11 new hopefuls in Love Island’s new series[/caption]


Hugo bragged he has kicked girls out of his bed before[/caption]

Admitting it was “terrible”, Hugo added that despite the “chaos” of his half night stands, he was “definitely ready to settle” into a relationship.

However, not before the lucky girl has got passed his mum, who “knows everything” about his dating history, with a seal of approval.

Hugo went on: “When I meet a girl I definitely have to think about whether my mother would be very accepting of her, so it crosses my mind whether she will get the seal of approval.

Dubbing himself a “cool teacher”, he insisted he wouldn’t be asking any potential matches to “call him Mr Hammond” in the villa.


Hugo insists girls will have to get his mum’s “seal of approval”[/caption]


He revealed in the Love Island VT his mum knows “everything” about his dating history[/caption]

“I don’t think I could do it without laughing so I’m definitely not going to be doing that anytime in the near future,” he joked.

“It’s definitely going to be a Mr Hammond summer – no bad intention, top marks – that’s the dream.”

Earlier this week, Hugo was seen bragging he was a “fine shagger” in an old video from his time at university.

The PE teacher boasted to a group of male friends at a house party in 2019, holding a glass of champagne as he detailed his female conquests.


The PE teacher was previously seen bragging about his female conquests[/caption]

In a video obtained by the MailOnline, Hugo, 24, who will become Love Island’s first physically disabled contestant, bragged to his pals.

“I’m a shagger, a fine shagger, I’m a shagger my friends,” he can be heard shouting while enjoying himself at a university party.

Hugo, who was born with a club foot, was studying at Oxford Brookes when the video was taken by pals, who said he partied more than studying.

According to friends, the soon-to-be reality star considered himself a ‘BNOC’ – Big Name On Campus – and was desperate to make “a name for himself”.


Cricketer Hugo is Love Island’s first disabled contestant[/caption]

The mystery pal revealed to the publication: “Hugo really thought he was the bees’ knees and aimed to make a name for himself at university.

“He’s bragged about his female conquests but they certainly weren’t the ones bragging afterwards. Hugo was a divisive figure to say the least.”

The friend concluded that while so people were fond of him, he was known as a “posh k***head” during his studies by others.

At university, Hugo met his ex-girlfriend Millie Simmons and the paid are believed to have dated for two-and-a-half-years before splitting.


Friends say he was known as a “posh k***” at university[/caption]

While it was reported it happened months ago, the mystery pal said it actually happened shortly before Love Island began.

Seeing the ITV show as a “way of getting famous”, the friend said Hugo even “asked Millie to run his social media” while he was in the villa, to which she “flatly turned down”.

Hugo, who teaches PE to secondary school children, was born with a short Achilles tendon and needed surgeries to fix his club foot.

Having played cricket for England’s physical disability team, his pal added that he didn’t allow his disability to get him down and is very confident.

“He’s never let it affect his confidence at all,” the friend revealed, adding that he’d since had “a glow up” by “putting on the muscle”.

The pal concluded that he has no doubt Hugo’s “true colours” and the “arrogant side” of his personality will no doubt show on TV.

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