Melbourne, May 31: Andrew Flintoff, who launched a new series of his travel adventures and animal encounters ‘Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild’ on the Discovery Channel, tackled the Northern Territory’s tough terrain and savage reptiles while filming the show.
A mouthful of “rank” wallaby eyeballs and a croc-spearing conquest tested the mettle of an adventurous cricket legend, who was guided by an Aboriginal family.
“Everyone should do this. Don’t sit on your arse on a beach drinking pina coladas,” News.com.au quoted him as saying.
The second episode of ‘Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild’, featuring Arnhem Land, Tanzania, Borneo and Canada, will be aired on The Discovery Channel on Wednesday.
The sportsman is not allowed to kill any native species himself – that’s the preserve of the Aborigines – but he does want to wrestle a croc. (ANI)