Randy Komodo dragon tears apart BBC camera while trying to have sex with it
A new BBC nature programme was thrown into disarray when a randy Komodo dragon tried to have sex with one of their cameras — then broke the expensive equipment when his libido dropped.
Producers of programme Spy in the Wild II constructed a fake female dragon and hid the costly electronics inside, but their bright idea didn't go quite as planned.
The imitation animal was placed inside a pack of giant lizards, but was quickly ripped apart by the horny reptile.
In an attempt to woo the opposite sex, one of the males, measuring seven-foot, plunged its sharp claws into her back.
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However, the female wasn't in the mood for any sweet loving, and it soon became apparent his advances weren't being reciprocated.
The unhappy lizard, quickly realised he wasn't going to be satisfied, and swiftly took out his anger on a dummy pig – hidden with another camera inside.
The pig was placed close to the lizards in order to capture footage from a different angle.
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Executive producer John Downer said: "With its massive claws this dragon starts raking at the skin of the 'female', and there’s nothing you can do because you can't intervene.
"You just hope it will realise there’s something not right and it will stop."
He continued telling The Sun: "But then this pig, with all our equipment in it, was in the wrong place at the wrong time and they just annihilated it.
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"It was breeding season and they’d been riled up by fighting over this female and testosterone gets the worst of us.
"They were like dinosaurs, it was just unbelievable, it was totally smashed to pieces.”
Spy in the Wild II kicks off on BBC1 on January 22, with a variety of cameras disguised as exotic creatures including turtles, bats, and creepy crawlies.
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