New housemate Kinga makes waves in Big Brother pool

Saucy new housemate Kinga initiated a steamy romp in the pool – just hours after entering the Big Brother house.

Saucy new housemate Kinga initiated a steamy romp in the pool – just hours after entering the Big Brother house.

The 20-year-old spiced up proceedings by suggesting a game of truth or dare.

Anthony, Craig and nurse Makosi all joined in with the feisty market researcher in the early hours of this morning.

Exhibitionist Kinga famously bared her breasts within seconds of temporarily entering the house the first time round.

This morning she was at it again – after Anthony suggested she go topless.

After snogging Anthony and even gay housemate Craig, the boys watched as Kinga squeezed her 44FF assets and bounced them on the water.

Makosi, who previously feared she might be pregnant from romping with Anthony in the pool, was also at it again, with Anthony and Craig sucking her nipples.

Half-Polish, half-Kuwati Kinga told them: “My God, you people are brilliant! My kind of people.”

Hairdresser Craig responded: “The bitch is up for anything.”

Anthony tried to persuade the two girls to kiss each other, but Makosi was not up for it.

She opted for truth and told the others she had used sex toys on other women.

Craig did not miss the opportunity to try it on with his beloved Anthony.

He told him: “I think you should have to do something with me.”

But Anthony replied: “I would rather wipe my arse with a broken bottle, not a chance.

“Get your head around it, it’s not happening.”

Anthony then gave in to one of Craig’s dares and let him suck his toe.

Kinga was brought into the house after Orlaith quit on Saturday.

Her first bid to get in failed after Makosi selected Orlaith and Eugene as new housemates, when asked to chose two of the three.

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