The British adventurer and presenter drew in 2017 for his show ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls, " in which he, together with another star need to ‘survive’ in inhospitable areas, by the Rila mountains, and was accompanied by dancer Derek Hough. The two men caught a frog and cooked the creature as a sacrament. Although the episode last year was broadcast, it would still may have consequences for Grylls and the producers of the program. “It is clear that there are multiple lines in protected areas are broken: swimming in a lake, a campfire and the capture and killing of an animal”, reads the statement of the Bulgarian ministry.Read also Sir David Attenborough takes to Bear Grylls for 'sensational slaughter' of animals in survivalprogramma: "He should have come to explain"
The presenter and the dancer would be a fine able to get between 250 and 2500 euro. The producer of the series and the production company may incur a fine between 500 and 5000 euros. In Bulgaria is now the issue being investigated and looked in to the amount of the fines. According to the producer of Running Wild, they had, however, all the papers for the pictures in order.