From tear-gas training to living at the epicentre of the mouse plague, there's no doubt the celebrities on SAS Australia are pushed to their limits.
And Channel Seven executive producer Sylvia D'Souza has confirmed some stars pulled out of the competition before it even started due to fears for their safety.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Every task is scrutinised from all aspects of safety. But the celebrities are aware there's a risk of injury, and we can't guarantee that won’t happen,' Ms D'Souza told Mediaweek on Tuesday.
Not game enough: SAS Australia's executive producer Sylvia D'Souza has confirmed some stars pulled out of the competition before it even started due to fears for their safety
'Some celebrities have said no to coming onto the show because of this. We are asking people to test their limits, and we need to deliver that as safely as possible.'
Ms D'Souza also revealed that one of the stars who did make it onto the show was shocked when her request for 'gluten-free meals' was declined.
She went on to describe SAS Australia as one of Seven's most logistically difficult shows to shoot because of the dangerous nature of the challenges.