Has SAS Australia gone too far? The recruits get chained up like animals in an escape room

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After losing a group challenge during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia, the show’s DS (directing staff) decided to punish Team Bravo by chaining them up in an escape room.

‘The escape room is a pitch black bunker that replicates a prisoner holding cell,’ explained the show’s narrator.

‘Team Bravo will be bound and blindfolded to simulate a capture by enemy forces, and with the DS watching on, they’ll observe who has the initiative and focus to escape a potentially deadly scenario.’ 

Locked up: After losing a group challenge during Tuesday's episode of SAS Australia, the show's DS (directing staff) decided to punish Team Bravo by chaining them up in an escape room

Locked up: After losing a group challenge during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia, the show’s DS (directing staff) decided to punish Team Bravo by chaining them up in an escape room

The first recruits to be led into the bunker were Erin McNaught and Jackson Warne, who were both chained to wooden stakes on the wall and kept blindfolded.

‘Your senses should be on overload… The odds are against you. And you need to find a way out,’ said chief instructor Ant Middleton.

Despite their predicament though, both Erin, 38, and Jackson simply stood still, as the DS watched on from a control room.

Kidnapping scenario: The first recruits to be led into the bunker were Erin McNaught and Jackson Warne, who were both chained to wooden stakes on the wall and kept blindfolded

Kidnapping scenario: The first recruits to be led into the bunker were Erin McNaught and Jackson Warne, who were both chained to wooden stakes on the wall and kept blindfolded

Fail: Despite their predicament though, both Erin and Jackson simply stood still, as the DS watched on from a control room

Fail: Despite their predicament though, both Erin and Jackson simply stood still, as the DS watched on from a control room

After realising Erin and Jackson, 21, weren’t going to save themselves, Ant returned to the escape room to release them, and told them not to tell the others.

Next, James Magnussen, Merrick Watts and Sabrina Frederick were led into the dark room, where they too were blindfolded and chained to the wall.

Feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina, 23, soon located the pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show’s DS.

Finding freedom: Feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina Frederick soon located the pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show's DS

Finding freedom: Feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina Frederick soon located the pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show’s DS

But their euphoria was short-lived when she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind. 

‘She’s f**king done a runner,’ pointed out DS Jason Fox, as they watched on in disappointment.

Added DS Billy Billingham: ‘We always believe no man left behind, because it can lead to death.’  

Disappearing act: Their euphoria was short-lived when Sabrina quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

Disappearing act: Their euphoria was short-lived when Sabrina quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

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