David Haye upsets campmate Charlie Brooks with 'sexist' remarks
David Haye, who hasn't put a foot wrong so far as he pleases the female viewers enjoying his time in the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' jungle along with making friends with his campmates, rubbed Charlie Brooks up the wrong way when he had his say over who should take on the next challenge on Friday's show.
The 'EastEnders' star was left offended when the boxer seemed to make "sexist" remarks and insisted that a man should take on the task.
As they decided who would take on the "Scare Plane" challenge, Charlie nominated herself and said "If I had to pick a trial to do I'd pick this, I'm good with heights."
But the other camp mates were keen for the boxer to do it, admitting that they should pick the person who was going to win the most amount of stars to which Haye agreed.
"The thing is who can get the most stars? Other than myself I'd nominate Hugo because I think Hugo's got the chance of getting the most amount of stars," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
A disgruntled, Charlie then said "That makes it seem that I'm incapable of getting the stars and that isn't the case."
"It just really annoyed me when it was like a boy thing. A boy's going to bring back more stars than I'm capable of getting because that was quite clearly what he (David) was saying. And that just p**sed me off. It's old fashioned sexism," Charlie later told the Bush Telegraph.
The camp decided that David should do the challenge.