There is more to the story of Shaun Ellis, the star of National Geographic's "Man Among Wolves" series.
It seems Ellis has ditched his wife and four kids for the wolves. This is painted as a romantic story by the National Geographic producers -- he gave up ALL for the wolves -- but in fact it is the age-old story of a man who could not be bothered with his responsibilities while he feeds his ego and chases another skirt.
The "other skirt" in this case is a blonde teacher of austistic kids who has ditched her necessary job in order to play "cuddles in a caravan" (i.e. a mobile home). This is portrayed as great romance by The Sun a tabloid newspaper who titled their article on the situation: "I howl to my wolfman lover."
Think that is debasing enough? Nope. As they say on television: "wait, there's more."
The Sun concludes:
Shaun still spends a lot of time living the life of a wolf but he has lost his place in the group.
He has gone from being “alpha male” or top wolf to “omega” — the lowest ranking in the pack.
Helen says: “That means he is in charge of diffusing tensions between the wolves so he spends a lot of time lying on his back, showing his underside and whimpering.
Excellent! I knew he had it in him. Before it's all over, I bet his new girlfriend "assumes the position" as well.