Survivors: Conexión Honduras showed at the gala on Sunday, March 12, that part of the contestants had cheated. The inhabitants of Playa Fatal broke a basic rule that everyone knew and that had already generated conflicts in previous editions.
Laura Madrueño recounted in the Telecinco space: "They have managed to make a fire, but with a trap door." She explained that the participants in the 'reality' have toilet paper for their personal hygiene and indicated: "They have skipped the main rule of a survivor. They have to make fire naturally. After trying many times, they have used a little of that toilet paper to stoke the tinder. They say they haven't."
The presenter gave way to a video in which you can see how Raquel Arias, Artùr Dainese, Sergio Garrido, Raquel Mosquera and Bosco Blach Martínez-Bordiú tried to make a fire. The format cameras recorded how they used a piece of paper to light the flame. It can also be seen in the images how the Fiesta collaborator carried the roll of paper in his hands while he was by the bonfire at another time.
The Survivors 2023 organization realized that the contestants had cheated, so they were penalized. Pocholo's nephew later read a scroll in which they were told their punishment: "You have committed the greatest offense that can be committed in these waters. You have used paper and other elements to make a fire. You must put it out immediately and you will not have toilet paper."
"But we don't use it," said Bosco and Sergio at first. "It was the coconut," added Raquel Mosquera. The hairdresser expressed her disappointment to discover that the scroll did not offer them any rewards. Dainese remained silent, but noted shortly after: "You put some paper on it." The model assumed the penalty and was in charge of extinguishing the fire.
Ion Aramendi connected with the participants live to address this issue. Garrido ended up admitting what happened and confessed that they had used toilet paper: "I put it when we were nervous making the fire."
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