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Entertainment ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’ Investigated By Welsh Police Over Use Of Non-Native Bugs

18:01  25 november  2020
18:01  25 november  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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Police are investigating I ’ m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here ! over concerns non - native wildlife could have escaped into the Welsh countryside Rural crime officers from north Wales police are looking into complaints that non - native creatures such as cockroaches, maggots, spiders and worms

Police are reportedly investigating I ’ m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here ! amid concerns non - native wildlife could have escaped into the Welsh countryside during bushtucker trials. Officers are probing the programme over its use of non - native species of bugs including cockroaches

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ITV’s hit entertainment show I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! may have moved thousands of miles from Australia to Wales in 2020, but familiar concerns about animal welfare continue to hound the series.

The ITV Studios production is being filmed at the derelict Gwrych Castle in rural Wales, but the Ant and Dec-hosted show is continuing to use bugs, including cockroaches, maggots, spiders, during bushtucker trials for the celebrity contestants.

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According to The Guardian, Welsh police are now investigating I’m A Celebrity… over concerns that non-native wildlife could have escaped the castle and be posing a threat to local species. “The matter is being investigated by officers from our rural crime team,” a north Wales police spokesperson said.

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I ' m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here ! is being investigated by police amid fears it could be ruining the Welsh countryside. Complaints have been made against the show following concerns that the bugs used for the ITV show's bushtucker trials could threaten the estate surrounding Gwrych Castle, where

I ' M A Celebrity is being investigated by police over fears critters have escaped into the Welsh countryside. The non - native critters could cause irreversible damage to the wildlife in the 250 acre estate I ’ m A Celebrity recap - AJ and Jessica cry out in terror in the dark castle tunnels as the

It follows a complaint from TV presenter and wildlife expert Iolo Williams, who told the Guardian that it was “madness” for producers to use non-native species during filming.

An ITV spokesman told Deadline that the critters used in I’m A Celebrity… are non-invasive species bred in the UK by commercial operators who supply feed for exotic animals. The bugs are understood to be kept in a contained studio-like environment, which includes celebrities shaking themselves down over a grate to collect excess wildlife.

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Get Me Out of Here ! over concerns non - native wildlife could have escaped into the Welsh Authorities are investigating ITV after complaints by the TV presenter and naturalist Iolo Williams, who was He described it as “madness” to use non - native species for entertainment. “ I ’ m not sure which

I ' m a Celebrity is being investigated by the police over claims ' non - native ' species may be being released into the Welsh countryside. The ITV show, which is usually filmed in the jungle in Australia, is being looked into by authorities after TV presenter Iolo Williams described cockroaches being poured

“All of the insects used on I’m A Celebrity are non-invasive species. They are only ever released in a contained area and collected immediately after filming,” the spokesman said.

“The bugs are UK bred and are commercially purchased in the UK for birds and exotic animal feed for pet and zoo keepers in normal circumstances. Our insects have been donated to local wildlife sanctuaries, trusts and zoos for their exotic animal and bird feed after filming.”


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