The Discovery Channel recently aired a show called Eaten Alive, which, as the title suggests, showed a man being eaten alive by an anaconda.
Well, kinda. He didn’t die or anything, he just intentionally became the snake’s prey for a short period of time before being rescued by his support team.
The title of the show was a kind of clickbait, luring people into watching this gruesome spectacle. But it wasn’t really as exciting as was being suggested.
This video shows Paul Rosolie, the guy who was eaten alive by an anaconda (but not really) talking to The Today Show. Despite the fact he looks like an uglier version of Uri Geller, it’s all rather uneventful.