LOVE Island's strapping farmer Will Young certainly isn't squeamish after he was recorded helping a prolapsed sheep on his family's farm.
The TikTok sensation documents farm life on social media and has over 1million followers.
Perhaps his most graphic video shows him coming to the aid of a pregnant sheep.
While washing its exposed womb in salt water with his bare hands, he calmly explains: "She's prolapsed and that's super common in pregnant sheep. It's basically when the womb comes out of the vagina."
After pushing the sheep's womb back inside, he then inserts a red spoon and ties it in place to prevent a prolapse from happening again.
His followers were both in awe and little bit shocked.
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One wrote: "Nothing could’ve prepared me to see this video."
Another posted: "My entire body clenched watching that."
A third said: "Wow, that was a lot. Processing processing 😳."
The 23-year-old, from Buckinghamshire, is swapping the fields of the home counties for the plains of South Africa this winter.
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He says: "Having grown up on a farm, it’s been quite difficult juggling relationships and work. Love Island will give me time away from the farm to solely go out and find love. I think I’m at the time of my life where I’m mature enough to go and find a wife."
And he'll be a calming presence in the villa thanks to meditation skills he picked up from an ex.
He continues: "Every night I light a candle and meditate for 20-25 minutes. A girl I was seeing told me to meditate, I tried it and loved it. I stopped seeing her and carried on meditating! It’s a nice way to self reflect, taking a minute on my day/ week. It’s really nice and sets me up for a nice sleep. "
Will's confirmation as a contestant comes after new host Maya Jama touched down in South Africa over the weekend ready for the January 16 launch night.
Temperatures will soar to the 30 degree mark as the contestants trade chilly Britain for hotter climes.
Love Island bosses have scrapped the previous villa for this series and are putting the stars up in a luxury manor house.
The sprawling mansion is set in millionaire’s row in South Africa and features an enormous swimming pool and even the traditional fire-pit.
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