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SAS Australia: Hell Week star and bodybuilder Bassim Yaghi wets himself BEFORE a challenge

SAS Australia: Hell Week star and bodybuilder Bassim Yaghi wets himself BEFORE a challenge – and viewers quickly brand him ‘full of ego’











SAS Australia: Hell Week star and bodybuilder Bassim Yaghi embarrassed himself at the start of Monday’s episode when he wet himself before a challenge.

Director Jason Fox found it amusing when the 32-year-old ‘p***ed his pants’ prior to the first task which saw the recruits falling backwards off a 10 metre-high crane.

Viewers quickly branded Bassim ‘full of ego’ when he boasted in a piece to camera about being the complete opposite of the ‘all brawns and no brain’ stereotype. 

Overconfident? SAS Australia: Hell Week star and bodybuilder Bassim Yaghi (pictured), 32, wet himself BEFORE a challenge on Monday's episode - and viewers quickly branded him 'full of ego'

Overconfident? SAS Australia: Hell Week star and bodybuilder Bassim Yaghi (pictured), 32, wet himself BEFORE a challenge on Monday’s episode – and viewers quickly branded him ‘full of ego’

Bassim wet himself when he and his fellow recruits were left in the dark as to what their first challenge would entail.  

Ordering them to line up, Jason quickly noticed Bassim had wet himself, laughing as he asked, ‘You p***ed your pants?’

Despite the mishap, Bassim managed to complete the first task without a hitch, falling backwards off a 10 metre-high crane and landing in the water below.

Mishap: Bassim wet himself when he and his fellow recruits were left in the dark as to what their first challenge would entail

Mishap: Bassim wet himself when he and his fellow recruits were left in the dark as to what their first challenge would entail

Found it particularly amusing: Ordering them to line up, director Jason Fox quickly noticed Bassim had wet himself, laughing as he asked, 'You p***ed your pants?'

Found it particularly amusing: Ordering them to line up, director Jason Fox quickly noticed Bassim had wet himself, laughing as he asked, ‘You p***ed your pants?’


His overconfidence quickly rubbed viewers up the wrong way when he boasted about defying the bodybuilding stereotype.

‘The bodybuilding stereotype is all brawns and no brain. I’m actually quite the opposite,’ he said.

‘There is more knowledge in this brain than there is hopefully on this body. Some of that I can hopefully show on the course. I think I’ll be a damn good soldier.’

Giving it his all: Despite the mishap, Bassim managed to complete the first task without a hitch, falling backwards off a 10 metre-high crane and landing in the water below

Giving it his all: Despite the mishap, Bassim managed to complete the first task without a hitch, falling backwards off a 10 metre-high crane and landing in the water below

Remarks: His overconfidence quickly rubbed viewers up the wrong way when he boasted about defying the bodybuilding stereotype

Remarks: His overconfidence quickly rubbed viewers up the wrong way when he boasted about defying the bodybuilding stereotype 

Viewers flocked to Twitter, with one writing, ‘Trying too hard to be the alpha male and superior soldier. Bassim just needs to relax and he’ll do just fine.’

‘Bassim is all ego,’ another wrote, as well as one who said, ‘The bodybuilder fancies himself a bit.’  

One other fan of the show commented, ‘It’s not even been a whole episode but I already dislike the bodybuilder.’ 

In it to win it: 'The bodybuilding stereotype is all brawns and no brain. I'm actually quite the opposite,' he said. 'There is more knowledge in this brain than there is hopefully on this body. Some of that I can hopefully show on the course. I think I'll be a damn good soldier'

In it to win it: ‘The bodybuilding stereotype is all brawns and no brain. I’m actually quite the opposite,’ he said. ‘There is more knowledge in this brain than there is hopefully on this body. Some of that I can hopefully show on the course. I think I’ll be a damn good soldier’ 

All ego? Viewers flocked to Twitter, with one writing, 'Trying too hard to be the alpha male and superior soldier. Bassim just needs to relax and he'll do just fine'

All ego? Viewers flocked to Twitter, with one writing, ‘Trying too hard to be the alpha male and superior soldier. Bassim just needs to relax and he’ll do just fine’ 

SAS Australia: Hell Week sees ordinary Aussies competing in the four-part series in the hopes of passing SAS selection.  

Among the civilians are a teacher, stay-at-home mum, dancer, mine worker, surfer and former federal police officer.

They will endure the toughest and most intense SAS course to date.  

SAS Australia: Hell Week continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

Intense: SAS Australia: Hell Week sees ordinary Aussies competing in the four-part series in the hopes of passing SAS selection. They will endure the toughest and most intense SAS course to date

Intense: SAS Australia: Hell Week sees ordinary Aussies competing in the four-part series in the hopes of passing SAS selection. They will endure the toughest and most intense SAS course to date


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