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The journalist falls out of a hit-drop bounce; as she wears a protective device to handle the chamber

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Scottish TV reporter Debi Edward was sliped into thinking that she had a lethal bear that was actually wearing workers in the Australian animal reserve.

ITV News Asia correspondent received full-body armor accommodation, protective boots and safety goggles after telling her that she would be dealing with 'drop-drop'; with fir-insects and attacking humans.

The 40-year-old from Aberdeen entered the bear and the carers told him he might have to convince him of a dart gun as he was preparing for his attack.

Miss Edward was covering the disaster that caused fires on Kangaroo Island, on the coast of South Australia, on Saturday.

She agreed to hit-drop; visiting Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, where koalas rescued in fires are being treated.

When the bear was told, Miss Edward was a harmless fraud and said "F *** ing Aussies".

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