Hugo Hammond was NEVER employed by school as it's confirmed he won't be returning after Love Island

HUGO Hammond will not be going back to work as P.E teacher after his stint on Love Island.

Prior to entering the villa, Hugo, 24 worked as PE teacher at Blundell's School in Devon, but it confirmed he won't be going back to work there after Love Island.

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The school confirmed Hugo had never actually been employed there, but rather filled a "very short placement".

"Mr Hammond was here on a very short placement during his teacher training in the Spring Term. He was not employed by the school," a school spokesperson told Daily Star.

During his intro on the show, Hugo introduced himself as a "PE teacher from Hampshire".

"I would definitely say that I am a cool teacher. I have never asked a girl to call me Mr Hammond," he added.




"I don’t think I could do it without laughing, so I’m definitely not going to be doing that any time in the near future."

Hugo not returning to the school comes after fans worried his future career as a teacher would be hurt as he revealed some of his sauciest secrets on national television.

The tell-all game tasked the Islanders with reading out anonymous sex confessions while wearing devil outfits – and had to kiss who they believed were behind the confessions.

One of the confessions featured an unnamed boy snogging ten girls on the same night out.

Faye Winter read out the confession, saying: "Oh dirty! This boy once snogged ten girls in one night. I think it's going to be Hugo."

Faye then planted a huge kiss on Hugo – and got the confession right.

It was also revealed that Hugo once slept with someone in the middle of the road.

Fans worried he might lose his job after both his saucy secrets were revealed.



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One person said: "Does Hugo think that he could actually ever go back to teaching after he admitted on National TV to having sex in the middle of a road"

Along with being a teacher, Hugo is also a graduate from Oxford Brookes University and was a cricketer for England PD (Physical Disability).

Hugo was born with club foot and told ITV: "I had lots of operations when I was a kid.

"You can only really tell when I walk barefoot. I’ve got a really short achilles heel. I walk slightly on my tip toes."

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