A CONTESTANT who was on TV's most dangerous survival show has shared how he fought off a deadly 15ft snake.
Discovery's Naked and Afraid has been on air for ten years now.
The show sees several pairs of complete strangers survive extreme environments and wildlife.
It's most recent series aired earlier this year as contestants put themselves in life-threatening danger.
And now one participant has revealed how she was forced to fight off a deadly 15ft snake.
Kaila Cummings has opened up on her time on the programme as she shared her scary experiences.
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Recalling the snake incident, she revealed: “This thing had to be about 15ft (4.6 metres) long. It was massive.
"They can stand up on the back of their tail and strike you and I thought, ‘I’m going to die’. So I started shooting at it. I was shaking so much that I kept missing. That was surreal.”
The 35-year-old is clearly not afraid of the dangers having appeared on the show a whopping four times.
In case of an emergency on the show Kaila revealed each contestant is given a radio device.
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Speaking more about the behind-the-scenes procedures, she told: “You have a camera man, a sound guy and a producer – but they don’t stay with you throughout the day.
"You’re left with a diary cam to film yourself. If anything happens – and hopefully you haven’t blacked out – you have to grab your walkie-talkie and call the medics."
A new series of Naked and Afraid kicked off last month on Discovery+.
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