The Bridge viewers were left fuming as the contestants lost a day’s building after deciding to have a feast.
Tempers flared in camp as they powered through their rations and resorted to leftovers.
On Sunday’s episode everyone was offered the chance to receive a feast full of luxury goodies – but there was a catch.
Every person who voted to have a feast would sacrifice one hour of time building their bridge, which they need to complete to reach the £100,000 prize money (now £10,000 down after Maura and Luke’s antics).
In the end nine campers voted for the food with four deciding against it. The four who voted no were not allowed to eat any of the treats.
While the contestants tucked into Prosecco, cheese, cake and biscuits, they lost out on nine hours of time they could have spent working on their bridge which is still looking pretty rickety at the moment.
‘We’re already behind, I just don’t understand it,’ Sly, who voted against the food, said.
Viewers on Twitter felt they had made the wrong choice too.
‘People are actually having a go at team members who chose not to feast so they could have more time to build a bridge which is time dependent…some mad people on this show,’ one viewer tweeted.
Another wrote: ‘Everyone who picked no feast has shot to the top of my “want to win” list. Zack is a shockingly bad leader. If they’d have planned ahead they wouldn’t have needed the feast.’
One viewer fumed: ‘I’d have to knock the a**holes into the water with the logs. you best hope that all that cheese allows you to float.’
‘Feast…. fucking unreal. Are they getting the idea of this challenge… its not a fucking holiday,’ read a further comment.
‘Hope that feast tastes as good as winning 100k would feel’ wrote one.
The episode, which saw a teary Dominique become the first to be eliminated, ended on a cliffhanger as Ross, Sarah and Tara were forced to pick who should be next to go home out of the three of them.
The Bridge airs Sundays at 9pm on Channel 4.
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