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Squid Game horror as contestants on new Netflix show stretchered off in freezing weather during UK filming

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NETFLIX’s real-life version of Squid Game turned into a freezing nightmare with at least one contestant stretchered off and others saying they suffered what felt like frostbite.

The platform is secretly filming a game show in the UK based on the gruesome TV hit about a deadly contest. Hopefuls competing for a record £3.7million prize spent hours in temperatures of -3C and had to remain completely motionless to win one game.

Players told The Sun: “It was like a warzone. People left in tears.” One exhausted player was stretchered away and others had to crawl to the finish.

Netflix invited 456 hopefuls — the same as in the hit show — to compete for a record £3.7million prize. Read More on Squid GameALLY ROSS The Traitors promised a lot but it is no Squid Game - it's just a damp squibACTOR ACCUSED Squid Game star accused of indecent assault over claim he touched woman Producers were filming the first game — Red Light, Green Light — when contestants started to feel unwell in -3C temperatures.

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