Love Island fans compare the mystery surrounding Sherif to the infamous Gavin and Stacey fishing trip… – The Sun

LOVE Island fans are comparing the mystery surrounding Sherif Lanre's exit to the infamous Gavin and Stacey fishing trip.
The 20-year-old was axed from the show for breaking villa rules earlier this week, however the real reason behind his sudden removal still hasn't been revealed.
Similarly, fans of the BBC sitcom never found out what happened between Uncle Bryn and his nephew Jason on the a fishing trip which happened years before the show's timeline, despite it being heavily referenced throughout the show's three series.
And Love Island viewers couldn't help but point out that the lack of explanation following Sherif's departure bares strikingly similarities to the comedy series' plot hole.
One said: "Really hope we are gonna find out why sherif got kicked out of love island soon …. and it doesn’t end up like Bryn and wondering what happened on that fishing trip 12 years on #loveisland #gavinandstacey #needtoknow"
Another commented: "Why Sherif actually had to leave the Villa is the biggest mystery since The Fishing Trip…. #LoveIsland"

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A third wrote: "Trying to work out what happened to @sherif_lanre  is on the same level as trying to work out what happened on the fishing trip between Uncle Bryn and Jason! #loveisland #itiswhatitis #gavinandstacey #tellme"
A fourth questioned: "Are #loveisland gonna spill what happened with Sherif or are we gonna have another Bryn & Jason on the fishing trip situation?"
Meanwhile, others even joked that they were more likely to find out the answers to the fishing trip before they found out what led to Sherif's fate.
"Anyone else reckon we will find out what happened on Bryns fishing trip before we find out what happened to Sherif #LoveIsland #GavinandStacey #WeNeedtoKnow," said one.

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Another remarked: "Sherif leaving is a bigger mystery than what happened on the fishing trip and I bet we’ll find out about the fishing trip sooner than Sherif’s exit #LoveIsland"
Show writers James Corden and Ruth Jones revealed that Gavin & Stacey was returning for a Christmas special last month.
And while there has been no suggestion that the fishing trip mystery will be revealed, fans were delighted by the prospect of seeing Bryn and Jason, as well as Smithy, Gavin and Stacey on their screens again.
Meanwhile,  The Sun Online exclusively revealed earlier today that Love Island chiefs are desperate to cover up the reason Sherif Lanre was axed — fearing another scandal could end the money-spinning show.
A telly source said yesterday: “Love Island is a moneymaking machine and ITV aren’t taking any chances in adding fuel to the fire by revealing any scandalous details.
“There is extra pressure this year and producers have remind everyone taking part to be extra careful. All contestants have been told they can speak to anyone at any time if they are feeling under strain but have also been reminded of the rules they signed up to.”
So far the public have speculated that Sherif was booted out for spending long periods of time in the shower and that he was involved in a fight with a fellow islander- however these rumours have all been denied.
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