Petition to axe Big Brother is launched after house descends into violent chaos From the huge brawl which saw Lotan get kicked out of the house to Tom's warning over "sexual intimidation", Big Brother descended into total chaos in Sunday night's (June 25) episode. One viewer has even launched a petition on Change.org for the reality show to be "banned from TV immediately" and is planning to deliver it to Ofcom and Channel 5 (as well as Sky and the BBC, for some reason). "Every year this primetime TV show is fronted by unacceptable violence, language, sexual exploitation, and scenes of unacceptable behaviour suitable for television viewing," the petition reads. "The producers supply the housemates with copious amounts of alcohol, in the hope that it will attempt to cause eruptions with members, namely purposely getting a reaction to make what they think is good TV. "Year upon year there are scenes of violence, past episodes of racial harassment, unacceptable behaviour and this is condoned by TV producers all in effort to gain viewing figures. "I am calling for Ofcom to immediately ban this from TV and prevent any further series from being produced." But judging from social media, this viewer seems to be in the minority in wanting the show to be axed. That's not to say fans weren't shocked by the violence in Sunday's episode, which saw security forced to step in and break up a fight between Ellie and sisters Hannah and Deborah. This was after Lotan got into an argument with Isabelle and threw a drink at her.