It's been a week, guys...

Ofcom is ‘looking into’ complaints made about Big Brother after the racy scenes between Marco Pierre White Jr and Laura Carter, and Hughie Maughan‘s gigantic argument with the rest of the house.

Anyone tuning into the most recent episode of the reality show were greeted first by Marco and Laura getting saucy underneath the covers, which eventually saw the chef’s son ask her to ‘choke’ him.

It’s as if these guys looked at Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell and decided to make their whole on-screen romance so, so much worse.

But then Irish housemate Hughie launched a MASSIVE rant against serial arguer Natalie Rowe.

It all kicked off when he and Natalie had to explain to Jackson Blyton and Alex Cannon why The Others chose to evict them, which always ends well.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Vianney Le Caer/REX/Shutterstock (5717711ae) Marco Pierre White Junior arrives at the 2016 Big Brother series Launch 'Big Brother' TV show, Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire, Britain - 07 Jun 2016

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Vianney Le Caer/REX/Shutterstock (5717711ae)

After events took a turn, Hughie got so angry that Big Brother had to call him into the Diary Room to calm down.

The whole episode amassed a total of 252 complaints against the show. Now the media watchdog has no choice but to ‘assess’ the incident.

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A spokesperson for the show told The Mirror: ‘We will assess these complaints before deciding whether to investigate or not.’

So Big Brother is continuing to live up to the high standards of TV they plan to deliver. Should the scenes be investigated or should we just expect that from our reality shows?