Two participants are not happy with the total results of a re-shot episode's closing
Two contestants of the BBC's National Lottery game show are fuming after being denied a £22,000 prize ($34,063), and have now blown the whistle on the broadcasters for attempting to dupe viewers with a re-filming associated with the show.
Buddies Helen Griffiths and Rina Evans, who participated in a game show called 'Break the Safe' which aired as part associated with weekly televised National Lottery draw, told the British press that the ending of the show had been secretly changed to reflect a different outcome, denying them a prize they state they would have won had the game been played properly 1st time round.
'The episode is a fake,' said 40-year-old Evans. 'It's complete deception for the viewer. It is not one thing i would have expected from ever the BBC and people require to know the reality.'
The contestants who took part in the show had been ordered perhaps not to tell anyone of the re-recording, but unsurprisingly, Griffiths and Evans had been not too happy about the change, so were never prone to keep quiet about the occurrence that is unbeneficial.
'We had no expectations of winning but just what we did expect had been play that is fair' stated Griffiths, additionally aged 40. 'Instead, they have managed to get seem like this whole thing had been filmed on one day.'
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