What it did not show was evidence of Fincham's growing loyalty to his new partner, who is the daughter of Eastenders actor Danny Dyer.
- Freakish moment Leeds chef discovers crow with a Yorkshire accentThe complaints related to "distress" caused to Dyer because of the video clip, the watchdog said.
Last night's episode of Love Island broke records for ITV2, as viewers tuned in to see the latest recoupling.
Appearing on ITV2's Aftersun show, Caroline Flack explained why the video was sent: "Because have to test relationships - that's what we do".
Love Island contestant Josh Denzel has told former partner Georgia Steel he chose to recouple with Kazimir Crossley as he had more of a connection with her in Casa Amor than he had in the main villa.
ITV2 producers made a decision to put clips onto a video message which was sent to the girls - who had welcomed the arrival of six new boys - back at the Love Island main villa.
Other fans took to Twitter to slam the Love Island producers.
As they returned back to the villa, Dani couldn't help but rip into her new boyfriend over the poster, but Jack was less than impressed.
While many new couples were formed, there were no surprises when Dani announced she wanted to recouple with Jack.
In a conversation with Jack, Dani accused his ex Ellie Jones of coming on the show with an "intention" to cause trouble for him.
Dani received a text informing her that she and Ellie would be going for a drink alone together.
Dani was so upset when she saw a video of Ellie and Jack both at the Casa that it prompted 650 complaints to broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.
A ideal episode of television was on the cards, especially after it was revealed that Jack actually had a poster of Danny Dyer up on his bedroom wall back home, which, well, means things could have got extremely awkward after they inevitably win the £50,000 first prize and return home.
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He said he "felt good" and "less nervous" than he did in his previous match, his first-round win over Dušan Lajović on Monday. Federer's longest streak of sets won at Wimbledon was 34 between the third round in 2005 to the 2006 final.