“Can I just remind you all of last year’s season where Mick constantly wrote leave … he wrote for how many weeks ‘leave, leave leave,’ and yet at that time it wasn’t good enough.
“And it’s not so different because it was again somewhat about cheating,” she said, referring to Hayley hooking up with Michael Goonan.
Eden, who was sitting next to Cyrell, then chimed in: “It’s a tough one… I feel as though something else would have happened behind the scenes.”
He added the decision to allow Hayley and David to leave could result in the other couples, who didn’t cheat, arguing that they have the right to pick and choose when they go, too.
Cyrell has been pretty vocal throughout the current season of MAFS.
Last month she slammed Steve Burley for his controlling behaviour towards his ‘wife’ Mishel Karen.
"If Steve was my partner and he put his hand up to my face while I am trying to voice my opinion, I would turn that hand and slap it back onto his face," the former MAFS bride told WHO online exclusively, confirming she sided with Stacey Goonan who called Steve "sexist" and "disgusting".
"It is very disrespectful and quite sad she has a list of things that he is disappointed with."
Addressing the barbershop owner directly, Cyrell continued: "You need to wake up from the 1970s and realise you don't treat women like that. Women can voice their opinion, too."