Love Island viewers SLAM Anton Danyluk as a ‘t**t’ as he admits to having a wandering eye – before coupling up with Amy Hart

Love Island’s Anton Danyluk entered the Love Island villa for the first time, where the girls had the option to couple up with the Scottish lad.

However, viewers were quickly turned off by the 24 year old as he admitted in his promo clip that he has a wandering eye.

He said: “A medical condition that I have… a wandering eye! I’ve never really been loyal in any of my relationships. My last relationship, I actually got caught cheating for the first time in my life and it changed everything for me.

"I saw how much it hurt her and what it did to her. So, for me going to into Love Island, it’s going to be the biggest test of my life. I know that if I am loyal to someone in that space of time when hot girls are being thrown in all the time then I know I can be loyal to them."

One viewer wrote: “Theres nothing I HATE more than arrogance and i hate Anton already #LoveIsland.” [sic]

Another wrote: “Antons gonna be a problem i can tell ew #LoveIsland”. [sic]

Others wrote: “Anton freely admitting that he has a wandering eye, what a class A t**t #LoveIsland” and: “Anton doesn’t even need to speak to annoy me #LoveIsland.” [sic]

It comes after Anton was plunged into a race row when shocking photos emerged of him in blackface.


In pictures obtained by the Sun on Sunday, Anton can be seen dressed up as Mr T with his face covered in dark brown face paint.

Anton, from Airdrie, Scotland, is said to have been out at a fancy dress party during Halloween with friends.

In pictures on the Facebook page for Anton’s gym he is seen pulling poses in Mr T-style dungarees with gold chains on and a his face painted black to look like the A-Team star.

A friend told the newspaper: “Anton likes to be the life and soul of the party and his idea of having fun is having all the attention on him.


“He was proud of the effort he put in to the costume. He just thought it would be a good laugh.”

Anton's mum said: "Given that Anton has no right to reply, I wanted to take the opportunity to assure everyone that my son, who himself is mixed heritage, is not a racist.

"As his mother I know he would be mortified to be labelled in such a way, and would whole heartedly apologise to anyone offended by this picture.

"There was absolutely no racist intent and almost six years down the line, I know it’s not the way Anton would ever behave today."

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