Love Island’s Jack Fincham stretches social distancing rules at outdoor party

Love Island’ s Jack Fincham seemingly flouted social distancing rules on Monday evening when he attended an outdoor party attended by hundreds of people.

The father-of-one posted a series of clips from the knees-up, held in Wrotham, Kent, where people were seen dancing shoulder-to-shoulder.

Jack attended the ticketed bash with a group of his mates, and was all smiles as he threw his hands around his pals, along with planting a kiss on a mystery brunette.

While lockdown has been relaxed in recent weeks, the government is still urging people to maintain social distancing in order to combat the spread of coronavirus.

In a series of animated clips, jack filmed the crowd who was dancing in the tent while he was seen hugging at least three different revellers.

The party was hosted by The Swan West Malling and tickets were priced at £!20 for the “dining and drinking” event.

A message to revellers on The Swan's Facebook page added: "Your tables will be positioned 2 metres apart and you will be allowed to dance at your tables only.

"There won't be a dance floor and we ask that you don't form the conga at any point.

"We will be adhering to COVID-19 guidelines and expect everyone joining us to do the same, if our rules are followed we will stay healthy and safe."

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The event promised BBQ and unlimited alcohol including "prosecco white and rose wine, bottled beer and Dockyard gin."

The current coronavirus regulations state that people from different households can meet in an outdoor space in a group of no more than six people.

While the restaurant urged ticket-goers to remain at their table, Jack's video revealed people were dancing next to each other.

Daily Star Online has reached out to Jack's rep and The Swan West Malling for comment.

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