Warney Cops Anaconda Bite On The Head In Last Night’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ Ep

Warney Cops Anaconda Bite On The Head In Last Night’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ Ep
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I’m A Celebrity star Shane Warne had his head chomped on by a juvenile anaconda last night, and yet ratings for the show still came in at just 721,000 views.

The cricketer we love to hate and then laugh at in unfortunate situations certainly earned his moolah last night when he first stuck his head in a box of rats (read: snake food) then dunked his head into a pile of anacondas.

Smart move.

Out in the South African jungle, old mate Warney literally fed his own rat-smelling head to angry snakes, and while the snake was non-venomous, it still packed a powerful bite.

The cricketer had been participating in the stunt in order to earn food for his cast mates, and I bet he regretted it afterwards.

Anyway, enough chatter, here’s the hilarious video, which you should not watch if snakes and the like make you a little squirmish.

 

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