Electric torture show shocks France

Spoof game show feaures contestants willingly giving opponents lethal electric jolts.

    A documentary about a spoof game show where contestants were encouraged to torture each other for money has sent shockwaves through France.

    Competitors, many of whom took part with enthusiasm, were told to jolt their opponents with high-volt electricity up to a level they were told could be lethal.

    Tania Page reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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