Share on Facebook This January, NBC announced that it would not air an episode of 'Fear Factor' that included contestants drinking donkey, um, bodily fluids. The stunt was approved, filmed and scheduled to air but just days before it was scheduled to air, NBC and parent company Comcast decided 'Fear Factor' went too far. But now you can watch what NBC didn't want you to see if you can stomach it Though NBC wouldn't air the clip, a Dutch channel had no problem with the footage, which involves three pairs of contestants two of which, are bikini-clad girls chugging donkey semen and washing it down with donkey urine. At the time, even host Joe Rogan admits he couldn't believe what was going on saying of the stunt, "There's no way.
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They are extremely dangerous and should not be attempted by anyone, anywhere, anytime. Each show usually featured at least one stunt involving heights, one involving coming face-to-face with or consuming something revolting, and one involving a Hollywood action movie-type feat. Failure to complete a stunt, being too scared to attempt it, or placing too low resulted in elimination. The show usually pitted six individual contestants three men and three women against each other, but occasionally featured couples or teams competing.