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Sonntag, Februar 29, 2004
How low will people go?
Ananova reports about German Station Neun Live finding out, how low people will go for money.
The highest prize they paid was about 7000 EUR and people did things like eating dog food, being led on a lash half naked on all four thourgh a shopping mall and whatever.
Well - actually in Germany you have to ask how deep can people go and watch Neun Live?
I don't know a single person who admits to watch this station and I know weirdest people who don't feel bad for anything! This station tries to get money in asking the viewers stupid questions (like how was Elvis Presley's nickname: 1. The Prince, 2. The Queen, 3. The King) or such stuff.
People have to call in to win 1000 EUR for such a question and each call costs about 50 cent. So the moderators have to wait for a really, really looooong time until they pick a caller.
So all I do is wonder that people got so much money as 7.000 EUR for a task, most people from whom I think participating there would do it for just being "On TV".