EXCLUSIVE: Singletons CLASH in furious row after one female contestant is caught doing a simple everyday task in a man’s bathroom on raunchy dating show Love and Translation – and the men are left BAFFLED as NONE of them speak the same language

A woman has blasted her single costar for her ‘disrespectful’ tag on TLC’s raunchy new dating show Love and Translation – leaving the male singletons confused because they don’t even speak the same language.

The bizarre new series descended into chaos after Moroccan native Imane, 21, lost her cool when German contestant Tulay, 25, took a shower in the men’s living quarters, with the furious contestant explaining the behavior with the help of a translator device cried out.

In a dramatic clip from episode two, Imane was seen shouting at Tulay in front of the other singles as she insisted that it was ‘not normal’ in her culture to shower in a bathroom belonging to the opposite sex.

The argument started when Imane started grilling Tulay about where she showered after walking down the stairs with just a towel.

Moroccan native Imane (21) blasted her fellow contestant in episode two of Love and Translation

Moroccan native Imane (21) blasted her fellow contestant in episode two of Love and Translation

Tulay (25) was forced to defend herself after she showered in the boys' bathroom

Tulay (25) was forced to defend herself after she showered in the boys’ bathroom

Tulay answered her question and replied: ‘(I showered) downstairs. I was in that room because the showers here are cold.’

Clearly unimpressed by her answer, Imane rose to her feet as she gestured wildly.

Tulay explained herself to the group and then said, “He was done, so I was in this room because the shower here is cold.”

But Tulay’s explanation was lost on Imane, who shouted: ‘In my room the shower works. But you prefer to shower with them?’

Speaking in her confessional, she continued to rage: ‘If I showered with a guy, for me… I’m sorry, but it’s not normal. In my culture this is not normal.’

Addressing the entire villa, Imane added: ‘We are all in one house. There are 12 people here.

“If someone takes a shower there, and not down here, I’m sorry, but I’ll ask the question.”

At this point, a confused Tulay fought back and asked, “Why are you causing unnecessary stress?”

Imane confronted Tulay in front of the entire villa - causing a huge ruckus

Imane confronted Tulay in front of the entire villa – causing a huge ruckus

Tulay made headlines after she came down the stairs from the men's quarters wearing just a towel

Tulay made headlines after she came down the stairs from the men’s quarters wearing just a towel

The fellow women were upset after they realized Tulay was not showering in the women's bathroom

The fellow women were upset after realizing that Tulay did not shower in the women’s bathroom

Imane seemed to pout and said: ‘I just wanted to know why she showered with them and not with us. That’s all.’

In Imane’s native Morocco – a Muslim country – bathrooms are predominantly single-sex.

Love and Translation premiered on TLC on January 21 and follows three American men – Tripp Bromley, Dylan Hodge and Kahlil Haughton – as they move in with 12 women from nine different countries in an attempt to find true love in an exotic location.

The catch? The women cannot speak English.

A confused Tulay hit back at Imane for causing 'unnecessary stress'

A confused Tulay hit back at Imane for causing ‘unnecessary stress’

In her confession, Imane said: 'If I showered with a guy, for me… I'm sorry, but it's not normal.  In my culture it's not normal'

In her confession, Imane said: ‘If I showered with a guy, for me… I’m sorry, but it’s not normal. In my culture it’s not normal’

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, 24-year-old bachelor Kahil confirmed that there is a lot of skin-to-skin contact because the singles can’t use English to communicate.

“I think touch was the best substitute we had,” he said.

‘You can make someone feel comfortable through touch, like dancing. And it feels natural.’

The Texas native continued: ‘I feel like touch has been our most useful form of communication in a way. And I mean, sometimes it will lead to more kissing and some other extra stuff or something.

“I think it was one of the most useful things we did.”

Love and Translation airs Sundays at 10pm ET/PT on TLC.