So much for tolerance, right? This goes on to prove that the ‘religion of peace’ has a really hard time assimilating and being accepting of other cultures and ways of life.
A Muslim man has walked out of Bear Grylls’s reality TV show after he became uncomfortable because the female contestants were wearing bikinis all the time.
Rizwan Shabir, a married father of three, will be seen leaving The Island tonight, saying he is ‘not used to living with women who are half-naked’.
The 27-year-old from Bradford, West Yorkshire described his time on the show as ‘the best thing and the worst thing’ he has ever done, after viewers saw emotional scenes of him breaking down in tears because he missed his family.
Several young women on the Channel 4 show have been shown wearing bikini tops while foraging for supplies and attempting to build a camp.
The current third series of The Island is the first time that men and women have been mixed together, after the first series was male-only and the second put men and women on separate islands.
Mr Shabir, a mobile phone shop owner, said when he entered the show last year that he hoped to be a role model for other British Muslims.
He also predicted that his experience on the survival programme would help him get closer to his faith, and could be seen praying five times a day while on the island.
But in the end he could not handle the stress of being on the island, and left the show after just 11 days in an incident set to be broadcast on this evening’s episode.
Read more: Daily Mail