Finally freed from their almost grave roughly half-a-mile underground, stories are slowly beginning to emerge of the unbelievable and horrific conditions the 33 trapped miners in Chile’s San Jose mine were forced to endure. “Super” Mario Sepulveda spoke with the Daily Mail discussing the miners diet of two sips of water and a spoonful of tuna on half a cracker, which they began eating every other day before the first drill reached them on Aug. 22 — 17 days after they were first trapped!
There are some rumors however that Mario put to rest, including ones that claimed the miners were intimate with one another during their time underground. “Saying we had sex down there with each other is just plain wrong,” Mario said. “Nothing like that ever went on. We