Midge-bashing puts BB ladette in dog-house

Big Brother ladette Lisa is in the dog-house, taking out her frustrations on local wildlife.

Big Brother ladette Lisa is in the dog-house, taking out her frustrations on local wildlife.

The Manchester lass, who has already been banned from nominations this week by Big Brother, received a ticking off from Pete for attacking midges in the garden.

Wannabe rock singer Pete took the moral high ground with Lisa, spelling out his love of all creatures great and small.

“I’m sick of you,” retorted Lisa. “You stop me having fun, what am I going to do now?”

“There’s better things to do then kill animals,” Pete responded only to be told: “OK then, I’ll break things.”

Animal lover Pete treated the frustrated upholsterer to a list of his zoological tastes from ants – telling her: “I feed them pots of jam,” to snails, revealing: “I get really freaked out if I stand on them.”

The encounter did little to cheer Lisa who is facing a tough week in the house after being banned from nominating fellow housemates for eviction this week.

The punishment came after Lisa was caught breaking the rules by discussing nominations with Imogen – revealing that she had voted for Richard and Lea.

After being told the news by Big Brother, Lisa confided in Nikki – telling her that she fears the bar will mean she is will be evicted this week.

Earlier, the mood in the house turned sour after the housemates were caught up in a chain of Chinese whispers which left Sam showing his feminine side, descending into floods of tears in a stand-off with busty Lea.

Lea summoned Sam into the living room telling him: “I’ve tried to make you feel really comfortable and welcome.

“I didn’t think you had a malicious bone … now I feel really disappointed and let down because you told Grace, Imogen and Lisa that me, Ashleyne and Richard” had been calling them names behind their backs.

Tearful Sam responded: “I heard from someone that you said I was a*** licking everyone.”

“I’ve never been in this situation to feel like this because I have never said anything bad about anyone.”

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