An explosive Married at First Sight UK episode tonight sees George Roberts lose his temper with fellow castmates. 

The preview in last night's episode showed Mr Roberts, from Worcester and Malvern, shout the words: "For one second shut up." 

We will also see Mr Roberts wiping tears from his eyes as chaos unfolds at the series' final dinner party. 

While tonight's episode appears to be a heated one with the return of the "truth box" as castmates ask each other pointed questions, last night's episode saw Mr Roberts' relationship with his wife, April Banbury, stronger than ever. 

She took Mr Roberts on a plane as she is working towards her pilot's license and wanted to give him a taste of the way she spends her time outside of work. 

Mr Roberts' fear of heights contrasted with Miss Banbury's adventurous spirit has been a point of contention between the pair throughout the show.

However, on this occasion, Mr Roberts said that while he was "nervous" when the plane was off of the ground her found the experience to be "incredible".

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He told his partner "you've conquered my fears" and said that he felt "safe" with her.

The couple then sat down for champagne and discussed the future of their relationship.

They reflected on their turbulent journey so far and Mr Robert's reluctance to trust his new wife.

He said: "I'm not concerned a bit about you going off and wanting somebody else or anything like that.

"I've got to full trust in you for that.

"My last bit of trust is trusting you with my life and my cubs and you being a part of their lives."

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George Roberts arrest

Roberts has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of controlling and coercive behaviour in Worcestershire last Thursday (September 29).

The news of Roberts' arrest comes following allegations from three former girlfriends who shared accusations of emotional abuse in national papers. 

Despite the show continuing to air its pre-recorded episodes as normal, the Metropolitan Police said: "A 40-year-old man was arrested in Worcestershire on Thursday, September 29, on suspicion of controlling and coercive behaviour.

"He was taken to a police station and bailed pending further enquiries."