Wanking Is Banned On I’m A Celeb, But ‘Rudeness’ Is Fine, Apparently

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I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here will be returning to TV screens this coming Sunday, but ex-contestant Michael Buerk has revealed a list of behaviours you won’t be seeing.

The former journalist and broadcaster lifted the lid on what show producers deem as ‘inappropriate’ during an interview with the Radio Times.

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He said that the rules were presented to contestants on a laminated sheet, presumably to protect it from rule breakers’ bodily fluids, by executive producer Becca Walker.

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Buerk said:

Bullying, ‘non-consensual touching’, masturbation (she seemed particularly concerned about that), homophobic language or attitudes and ‘category A’ swear words (which include the f-word and c-word).

On the plus side the ex-BBC man did confirm that nudity and sexual activity is permitted within reason.

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He said:

It was all rather odd because it was made clear that there was ‘no problem’ with nudity (‘in a non-sexual context’), sexual behaviour ‘that is reciprocated’, and rudeness.

So they can’t wank or bully each other on a show where the very premise is bullying famous people, and seeing certain other participants in their pants is one of the few pleasures available?

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Okayyyyy. According to Buerk: “The one thing they were adamant about was harming the wildlife: ‘You could be prosecuted’.”

So trapping animals inside confined spaces with c-listers, or slapping them on a plate, is not considered harm then? Ridiculous.


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