“Demonstrated Integrity”: The Chase’s Beast Commended For Treatment Of Visually Impaired Competitor

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The Beast was praised for its treatment of a visually impaired competitor on The hunt.

In a recent episode of the show in the UK, The Chaser Mark Labbett purposely closed his eyes while answering his series of questions so he couldn’t read them – relying on them to be read aloud. voiced by host Bradley Walsh much like visually impaired contestant Annah does.

The Chase's Mark Labbett closed his eyes as his questions were read during a match with a visually impaired competitor.

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The Chase’s Mark Labbett closed his eyes as his questions were read during a match with a visually impaired competitor.

However, Labbett couldn’t beat Annah.

She managed to win $ 14,000 in her one-on-one match against the Chaser, and in the final Chase, she and another contestant managed to win $ 30,000 between them.

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Fans praised Labbett’s actions, saying he created a level playing field with his gesture.

“Thank you for making an effort to make the world more accessible to a large audience,” wrote one.

“I like this @MarkLabbett kept her eyes closed for Annah’s questions – making it a level playing field with the respect and integrity consummated by The Beast, ”said another.

Fans of the series were also in awe of Annah’s performance throughout the episode.

“Annah is by far their strongest player so far. #TheChase,” one person said, while another added, “WOW Annah, I knew she would be great smart answers.”

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