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People Left Disgusted At Fear Factor Donkey Semen Scene

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People Left Disgusted At Fear Factor Donkey Semen Scene

Contestants of American game show were once challenged to drink donkey semen and urine. Watch below:

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Fear Factor was an American stunt show that eventually got cancelled and fans think this particular dare went too far.

The challenge was to throw a horseshoe towards a stick and whatever number it lands on is how much the contestants had to drink.

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After throwing the horseshoe, twins Claire and Brynne were ordered to drink 30 and 24 ounces of donkey urine and semen.

Claire revealed that the donkey semen tasted extremely bitter 'with hints of hay'. She said she threw up a few times too and that it smelt horrific.

Credit: NBC
Credit: NBC

I don't think anyone is surprised there.

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Shockingly, however, the twins said they were 'proud' of the fact that they accepted the challenge.

They were asked by TMZ if they would do it again, in which they responded: "Probably, we are proud of what we did."

Other contestants reacting to the challenge. Credit: NBC
Other contestants reacting to the challenge. Credit: NBC

In their defence, a $50,000 (£36,000) cash price was up for grabs so you can kind of see why they went for it.

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Despite initially doing well in the ratings, NBC's Fear Factor was cancelled in 2006 after its debut in 2001.

The footage resurfaced on TikTok yesterday (Aug 8) and racked up almost two million views and 119,000 likes.

One user commented: "Imagine drinking that and still not winning the game."

Whilst a second added: "I'm glad it got cancelled."

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A third asked: "Better question how did they get the semen."

I think there's no need for anyone to answer that question to be honest.

The twins are daughters of former spokesman for NFL team Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Rick Odioso.

Credit: NBC
Credit: NBC
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The show was hosted by UFC commentator and podcaster Joe Rogan. He told the late Art Bell in 2015, "It was bizarre for me being there, being the host of it, as it was for anyone to watch it."

He added: "Ninety percent of the time I would show up at work and I'd be shaking my head going, 'I can't believe this is a real show.'... I thought it was something completely ridiculous. I'm like, 'There's no way this is going to stay on television'."

The show attempted its first reboot in 2011, which only lasted a year. In 2017, MTV attempted a second reboot but only lasted two seasons.

Fast and Furious star Ludacris ended up hosting the second reboot in May 2017 and it actually became MTV's biggest premier in two years.

Unfortunately, the hype was short lived and the show went bust once again.

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Topics: American, joe rogan, TV Show

Anish Vij
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