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The internet was nearly eaten alive with all the disappointed viewers who were waiting to watch Paul Rosolie get “Eaten Alive” by an 18-foot anaconda on Discovery Channel’s completely over-hyped two-hour special Monday night.
The long, drawn out event took viewers 100 miles into the Amazon, but when Rosalie thought his arm might snap, he called it quits and his team raced in to free him before he was eaten.
Rosalie was wearing a special carbon fiber suit built for the tv spectacle, made specifically to protect his ribs from being crushed while the snake tried to suffocate him. Guess they forgot about the arms and legs. A special helmet also provided oxygen and two cameras to film Rosalie almost eaten alive.
Viewers had to wait two hours, and just when the snake started to swallow his head and start to constrict, Rosalie said, “I had very labored breathing which was spiking my heart rate even more because that was stressful.”
Rosalie said he felt his arm “start to break” under the snake’s grip, so he ordered his team to come in and save him.
Unfortunately, Rosolie’s team wasn’t able to rescue him from the internet which immediately exploded with criticism.
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