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I’m A Celeb slammed by RSPCA over ‘cruel’ treatment of animals as charity demands the use of live creatures is stopped

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I'M A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here has been slammed by the RSPCA over the "cruel" treatment of live animals on the show. The animal charity started up a petition to demand the use of live animals is stopped after Matt Hancock was seen inside a tank of more than 30 snakes in last night's show.

MP Matt, 44, took part in his SIXTH Bushtucker trial last night, where he was buried underground with the live creatures. The RSPCA slammed the "stressful" environments inflicted on some creatures, and slammed ITV bosses for "concerning" treatment including "dropping, throwing and the rough handling" of animals. "Life's a scream, unhappy campers," the RSPCA captioned their petition, which calls to end the use of bugs, reptiles and mammals. "Returning for its 22nd season, I'm a Celebrity...

Get Me Out Of Here is one of ITV's most anticipated reality shows. It's also one of the most worrying," the petition page reads.

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