Big Brother may have run its course in the UK last week with Brian Dowling taking the Ultimate BB crown, but the show still rolls on in the rest of the world, and nowhere is it more exciting than in Africa, where TV chiefs plan to release a tiger into the house next Tuesday.
This week saw an ugly punch-up between Mr Hannington Kuteesa and South African female contestant Lerato Sengadi, who had insulted him. After criticism from women's rights activists, Kuteesa, a Ugandan, was evicted.
South African producers had initially decided to allow him to stay in the house, but on Friday, the housemates in Johannesburg were told that after "very careful consideration and consultation", Mr Kuteesa had been evicted. Without any further delay, he was then removed and fed to the tiger live on air.
Ms Sengadi's family had planned a protest to demand his removal, but abandoned this as a result of his being eaten alive.
Activists had said letting him remain could perpetuate the belief that African men had the right to hit women, whereas feeding him to the tiger sent out a firm message to all men.
To balance things up after Mr Kuteesa's untimely demise, Ms Sengadi was banned from drinking alcohol and put on dishwashing duties for the remainder of the contest to teach her a lesson.
TV company M-Net say that the tiger, named Tony, has proved so popular with the show's audiences, that they have now decided to release the beast into the house next week to see how much more 'mauling, mayhem and murder' he can cause.
M-Net executive Shadrach Umbongo told us:
"We're going to stop feeding him for a few days to make him really hungry, and then 'put the Big Cat amongst the pigeons'. There may be multiple evictions!"