"His wedding ring is three sizes too big," she claimed. "It's not that he doesn't want to wear it ... I tried to save the day by [sticking it on] with sticky tape."
Speaking to the camera about her outrageous claims, a shocked David said: "Hayley wants to play happy families ... It did show me how deluded she is. Things are far from being in a good place."
It goes from bad to worse when Hayley, a finance broker from Melbourne, lets Tash have a flirty bounce on her lap, much to the irritation of Tash's wife Amanda.
For some unknown reason, Steve Burley decides to stick his oar in and takes both David and Hayley for a chat to try and smooth things out.
Hayley tells Steve that she doesn't want to give up on her marriage to David. When Steve passes on this information, an angry and upset David decides to hear Hayley out.
Hayley and David go for a chat and she lays it on thick.
"I'm really surprised she is being so affectionate," David said. "It made me really uncomfortable because I am not there any more."
She apologised for what she said and pleaded with the truckie for another chance.
"You need to give me some time," he tells her.
He reluctantly let her kiss him, but when she aggressively tries to make him carry her back to the dinner table (no doubt to show the others that they are back on track), she accidentally scrapes him on the face with her pointy talon.
The drama doesn't end there. David and Hayley head back to the dinner table, where he tells everyone how she scrapped him and she starts a fight with the experiment's most "eccentric" groom Ivan Sarakula.
"So you've been having dramas," Ivan tells Hayley as he sits down beside her. "You're the talk of the town."
"You're a weasel ... You're a c***," Hayley retorts.
Expert John Aitken said it best: "I don't think we've seen a dinner party quite like this."
No, we certainly have not John.