The I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! campmates lost another Dingo Dollar Challenge yesterday, after Joel Dommett and Wayne Bridge went to the effort of catching CRABS.
The duo were led to a large pool, with pontoons floating in the middle. One player had to swim out to buoys and find the crabs, while the other had to collect them.
Joel dressed up as a giant crab for the challenge, but despite his rather ridiculous costume, he had a dig at Wayne's wet suit and snorkel.
"You look amazing, it's so weird to think you played football with David Beckham," the comedian joked. "I wonder what he's doing right now? Not this!"
Wayne did the hard work, plunging in to the water to free the crabs - but he got a fright when an eel swam out one of the nets.
The sportsman shrieked: "That is massive, it is swimming around my leg, and it's creepy!"
Ten retrieved crabs later, Wayne and Joel took their Dingo Dollars to the Outback Shack and spent them on cheesecake.
It was once again up to the celebs back in camp to complete the question by answering Kiosk Keith's teaser.
This time they were asked: "What percentage of British men admitted to wearing their underpants more than once before washing them - 18% or 31%?"
Scarlett Moffatt let slip that her boyfriend wears his "a couple of days running", and Adam Thomas confessed: "I've worn mine like three times without washing, although I mostly go commando."
Martin Roberts agreed: "We've all done it, it has to be 31%?"
However, it was the wrong answer, and for the second day running the campmates lost out on a reward.
I'm A Celebrity 2016 concludes this Sunday on ITV.