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Share6 Shares Radio contests, should, in theory, be quite simple: Some have more trouble drawing the line than others, as KOMP But, in a flash of inspiration, he decided he would make listeners drink a few ounces of his own urine presumably after consulting a group of five year old children.
Three contestants actually came into the studio prepared to face the challenge, but got cold feet when they realized McFarlane was in no way kidding.
There was a tiny catch, however—they would only do it if the couple agreed to walk down the aisle nude. Luckily for citizens of Ottawa, Ontario, local radio station Hot InHot The contest naturally came under fire for commoditizing babies, as well as taking a financial and emotional problem for many couples and turning it into a popularity contest.
To its credit, in spite of being pretty tasteless, it did promote political discussion about the lack of government aided IVF treatments in Ontario.
But listeners of the German radio station Radio Galaxy in Aschaffenburg, north Bavaria, got the next best thing when they were presented with a chance to win their funeral. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter.
Originally slated to take her out to dinner, he told her he was too tired and instead invited her to his home for dinner. Can this one really be blamed on the radio station? She insists they were negligent by not doing a background check on Harvey, who had been twice convicted of violating a domestic order of protection that had previously been taken out by another woman.
She also sued Harvey, who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting her. The reaction to the contest was mixed; some listeners were disgusted, though hundreds of people entered the contest.
Enter 39 year old Andreas Muller.
Yes, this man really did get the word MINI permanently inked onto his Cooper, and he did it live on air with the female host looking on. And yes, he got the car.
Because apparently there are a lot of radio stations who share your point of view. The contest met with protestors who showed their disapproval by picketing the station. This was back inwhen people were still pretty excited about the Nintendo Wii.
As it happened, KDND Every fifteen minutes, contestants were given eight ounces of water. The last one to break and go to the bathroom would win.
For one of the competitors, a woman named Jennifer Strange, the consequence was death. Strange drank around seven and a half litres of water before relieving herself, and died hours later of a condition called acute water intoxication. This tragic turn of events resulted in 10 employees of the radio station being fired, as well as a lawsuit that resulted in a Provided the breakup occur live on-air, of course.
The Rock ended up choosing a winner, whose name was Sam. Sam a woman was scheduled to call her husband Andy on February 14,and tell him that she was leaving him. Instead of a depressing and heartbreaking phone call, what happened next was actually pretty awesome.
The hosts clearly had no idea how to react, and pretty much just let themselves be berated.The 9th edition of the Citi FM Write-Away Contest has been launched.
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Hannah Yeboah of the Beacon International School in Peduase has emerged winner of Citi FM’s Write-Away contest. For her prize, Hannah Yeboah received a cash prize of GHc5, while her school was given GHc10,