The Bachelorette contestant Ryan McDill caused such a scene during part one of the show’s 11th-season premiere that host Chris Harrison booted him from the premises, making him perhaps the worst contestant in Bachelor Nation history.

Ryan McDill Called Worst ‘Bachelorette’ Contestant

McDill arrived at the Bachelorette Mansion in the limo, greeting Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson with the cringe-worthy, “Honeys, I’m home!” Once inside the residence, McDill found the bar – and never left it. At first, Ryan just seemed like the obligatory “drunk one” of the premiere. He kept complaining about how lame the cocktail party was and how “horned up” he was before taking a solo swim in the pool. But then things got creepy.

During an attempt to talk to Kaitlyn, Ryan started to grope her, causing the Bachelorette to flee the contestant after telling him he’d gone too far. Ryan tried to then have some one-on-one time with Britt, which kept getting interrupted by the other guys, who felt like she probably wanted to be saved. Irked by the interruptions, Ryan then made a veiled rape threat at one of the guys. It wasn’t long after that Chris Harrison pulled Ryan aside and put him in a van to go home.

Ryan, a 28-year-old “junkyard specialist” from Kansas City, doesn’t seem to regret his drunken performance on the reality TV dating show. According to him, after realizing that neither one of the women was “the one,” he felt like he had nothing to lose so figured he’d keep drinking. In fact, Ryan almost seems proud of his infamy.

“I wanted to go on [the show] for the experience and everything,” Ryan told Entertainment Tonight. “I wasn’t interested in Kaitlyn, but was interested in Britt. I felt it was obvious Britt wasn’t going to be the one [either], so I just started being entertaining and got way too drunk, started acting crazy, and it turned into gold.”

Incidentally, Ryan’s connection to Bachelor Nation runs deeper than his one-episode stint on The Bachelorette. Nicki Ferrell called him her boyfriend prior to competing on Juan Pablo Galavis‘ season of The Bachelor, which spawned another ill-fated relationship for the nurse that ended last fall.

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