The "Love Island" 2018 contestants have been dished out a list of strict sex rules ahead of the new series this summer.
The reality TV show's bosses are clamping down on inappropriate behaviour this year after the last series saw Montana Brown and Alex Beattie and Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies get hot and sweaty under the covers.
And, although producers still want there to be a sexy element to the new series, they've banned contestants from getting naked in front of any of the other islanders.
The contestants are allowed to have sex but they can't be under the influence of alcohol and they have to have counselling afterwards to get advice on contraception.
The islanders will be encouraged to get frisky on screen but they are not allowed to perform any solo sex acts.
And, to make sure they don't forget the new set of rules, every one who enters the villa will be given a handbook, which will contain details about consent, condoms and nudity, according to the Daily Mirror newspaper.
The line-up for this year's series, which will kick off in June, is yet to be confirmed but bosses are desperate to get Danny Dyer's daughter Dani in the villa after she was forced to quit its sister show "Survival of the Fittest" early in January because she dislocated her shoulder during a task.
A source said recently: "Dani's bright and bubbly personality really captured the attention of the viewers and the "Love Island" team. They're determined to sign her up and are confident fans of the show will love watching her try to find romance this summer."
However, the 21-year-old barmaid may need a bit more persuading if she's to take part in the dating show as she recently admitted that it may be "too intense" for her.
Caroline Flack will return as the host of "Love Island".