Gerry Stegosaurus, the clever-clogs 31-year-old Greek-born Big Brother contestant, sensationally became the 10th person to be evicted from the show last night, when the gay voters he had been depending on, deserted him in droves.
The intellectual homo, who knows many Latin names for plants, had pinned his hopes on the support of like-minded botters, but, as Channel 4 analysts later reported, there was a massive swing towards heterosexuality and, therefore, away from homosexulopolous.
Gerry, who, as luck would have it, is the half-brother and second cousin-thrice-removed of Bolton Wanderers player Stelios Giannakopoulos, was nominated for eviction by the public, along with Carole, London's most famous Bag Lady.
Four gurus - Ziggy, Tracey Well'ard, and twins Sam and Amanda - then decided they'd had enough of homos, and despatched Gerry into the oblivion from whence he came eleven weeks ago.
In Greece, this morning, the streets were quiet, and the authorities say they are not expecting any trouble as no-one there has ever heard of Gerry.
Interviewed after his eviction by show host Daviniros McCopolous, Gerry said that he hoped Carole would now win the show, so that she could afford to tidy up her rat- and flea-infested hovel she shares with street animals in East London.
"She is a tramp, but she is a kind-hearted tramp," said Gerry.