Players of Netflix's real-life Squid Game 'stretchered off set' trends now
Players are said to have felt like they had frostbite as the temperatures at the UK filming location plummeted to -3C, according to The Sun.
The streaming platform has been secretly filming a reality version of the deadly fictional competition, with hopefuls battling it out for a massive £3.7million prize.
Out in the cold: Contestants of Netflix's real-life Squid Game were reportedly left screaming 'medic' before they were stretchered off in freezing temperatures while filming for the show
A player told the publication: 'Even if hypothermia kicked in then people were willing to stay for as long as possible because a lot of money was on the line. Too many were determined not to move so they stood there for far too long.
'There were people arriving thinking they were going to be millionaires but they left in tears.'
They added: 'It was like a warzone. People were getting carried out by medics but we couldn’t say anything. If you talk then you’re out. Some people couldn’t move their feet because it was so cold.
Troubles: Players are said to have felt like they had frostbite as the temperatures at the UK filming location plummeted to -3C, according to The Sun