LOVE Island star Ollie Williams had fans doing a double take when he shared an explicit X-ray snap after a horror accident.
The fun-loving former reality star shared the scan of his pelvis, featuring titanium screws, after his fall from a balcony last month.
Ollie Williams’ X-ray revealed screws in his pelvisCredit: Instagram/olliesjwilliams
Ollie poked fun at the revealing scan
But also visible in the shot was Ollie’s manhood, which he duly acknowledged in a follow up post.
Sharing a selfie of his face, he wrote over the top: “Grow up that’s not a nude.”
The 23-year-old, who appeared on the 2020 series of Love Island before memorably walking out, posted from intensive care two weeks ago, following his fall.
He wrote: “I wasn’t really prepared to post this until I was out of the woods proper, which I now think I am (hopefully!).??
“I fell off a balcony last weekend and ended up in intensive care with a broken pelvis, wrist and internal bleeding.”
Referring to his partner, he added: “With the incredible support of @lauranofer, my family and friends and some great surgeons; I’m on the mend.
“Tough rehab ahead but I am confident along with my doctors I will make a full recovery.”
Ollie added: “I really couldn’t have dealt with this mentally without all of your messages of support, so thank you.
“Be back soon, big love and Merry Christmas all ✌?.”
He was consoled by fellow Love Island stars including Charlie Brake, who wrote: “Get well soon bud x.”
Ollie – a Cornish aristocrat – appeared on the first ever winter edition of the ITV2 show in South Africa.
He was coupled up with Paige Turley but quit the series after just three days, saying his heart lay elsewhere.
The star insisted he was still in love with his ex Laura and reunited with her after the show – calling it the “gamble of the century” but said it paid off.
They are still together today – with her being thanked by Ollie is his post from hospital.
Ollie also came under fire during his time in the villa when pictures emerged of him posing with dead animals.
He was branded a “trophy hunter” but insisted he had not killed the creatures himself and was doing conservation and anti-poaching work.
Ollie still refers to himself as a “professional hunter and conservationist” in his Instagram profile.
Love Island is set to return on January 16 for a second winter series from South Africa.
Ollie in his hospital bed after his balcony fallCredit: Instagram
The star made a brief but memorable appearance in the 2020 series of Love IslandCredit: Rex