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Topics: Bear Grylls

Tuesday, 7 August 2007

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It's tough in the wild

Hollywood, California (IP) - TheSpoof.com reporters have unravelled the growing Man vs Wild mystery that has been tormenting fans worldwide. The Man vs Wild series is also known as Bear Grylls: Born Survivor on British TV and is shown there on Channel 4. Lately the show disappeared off the air amid rumors that Bear was actually bunking with his camera crew in fancy hotels when he was being portrayed as roughing it in the wilds.

The truth is finally out in the open (so to speak) and is rather shocking. Bear had to be chased down by his producers and is being outfitted with a GPS collar that will track his every move and insure that he is working hard to survive desert heat, frigid mountain tops, and snake infested tropical jungles. Producer Yani B. Goode said, "we'll have no more o' this mucking about 5 star hotels and running away from rich old ladies with one too many face lifts by gosh myte".

To prove he means business Mr. Goode is having a second device installed on the GPS collar which will create excruciating pain via the delivery of 60,000 volts of punishing electrical current in case Bear deviates from his gruelling survival oriented itinerary.

When asked if he would comment on this whole mess Bear replied that the show is really just representative of what should be done in case someone finds themself stranded or lost. Many lives could actually be saved in the long run if enough people learn basic survival skills from his show. He says people take everything too seriously and they need to lighten up.

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