Restrictions on E-Cigarette Use in ITV Reality Show
According to a report by British media outlet Mirror on November 15th, contestants of the reality TV show "I'm a Celebrity" on ITV may be prohibited from using e-cigarettes due to strict regulations on the sale and purchase of nicotine products in New South Wales, Australia.
According to the regulations, producers must verify that contestants have a doctor's certificate in order to bring e-cigarettes into the jungle.
This regulation originated in 2019 when EastEnders actor Cliff Parisi was found using nicotine products on the show, despite ITV later confirming that he had obtained a smoking permit.
The producer revealed that contestants with a smoking addiction can seek assistance from the staff. According to reports, Nigel Farage, former leader of the UK Independence Party, smokes up to 10 cigarettes a day. He is currently negotiating with the show producer to ensure he can continue smoking on the program.
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