On greeting David at the Trial area, Dec joked: "Helen had lots of fun when she was here last time - all five seconds of it!"
David was told the score: inside the Cruelty Towers jungle hotel were five rooms: one reception and four bedrooms. He had to make his way through the whole hotel and collect the seven stars available.
However, he wouldn’t be the only guest checking in' he would be joined by a host of jungle critters, including snakes, spiders and a crocodile.
He was warned that the final room contained a 'surprise' - and we're guessing it's not a pleasant one.
David entered the first room and was unfazed by the ostrich that occupied the reception area. He quickly removed the lightbulb and got the first star which prompted critters to fall. He moved behind the reception desk to the pigeon holes and found the second star.
Next up was one of the bedrooms which contained 12 snakes. David searched the first set of draws, removed the pillow and slowly lifted the covers on the bed which held a host of various snakes. He quickly moved to the other side of the bed and found the next star in the bedside cabinet.
Moving into the next room, David was greeted by a crocodile lying on the bed. He had to remove one star from the light which plunged the room into darkness. Advised by Ant and Dec that he should use the torch they had given him, David continued to remain calm and unfazed. As he hunted for the second star he said, “What’s the bet it's under its head.” He slowly lifted the pillow and found the star.
In the next room were more than 50 spiders. He quickly and calmly found the next star. As he made his way to the final room David told Ant and Dec, “I’m thinking you’ve saved the best until last.”
As he opened the door he was greeted by offal and flies. Using his hands he hunted for the star. Promised a surprise, the roof of the room was edging down making the space smaller. Struggling to find the star and with the time ticking, he said, “Come on star. I need you baby.”
Time ran out and David had to leave the room empty handed. He said afterwards, “That was disgusting.”
Told he had won six out of seven meals for camp, the champion boxer lamented, “I did my best, a lot of losers say that.”
Well, it's better than Helen did, David!