Sam Burgess and South Sydney Rabbitohs player Jason Clark in their jocks 


‘Sorry not sorry!’ Sam Burgess wishes former South Sydney Rabbitohs player Jason Clark a happy birthday – by sharing a picture of them in their jocks


Sam Burgess wished his buddy Jason Clark a happy birthday on Tuesday. 

The 32-year-old shared an Instagram Stories post featuring a throwback photo of the pair in a hotel room, possibly on a past football tour.

In the image, the former South Sydney Rabbitohs players posed happily in their jocks in front of a mirror. 

Laughs: Sam Burgess wished his buddy Jason Clark a happy birthday on Tuesday. The 32-year-old shared an Instagram Stories post featuring a photo of the pair stripped down to their underwear in a hotel room. Both pictured 

‘Happy birthday roomie! Sorry not sorry!’ Sam captioned the fun image of the pair, who beamed in the image. 

It comes after reports that former NRL superstar Sam choked out an instructor during a ‘kidnapping’ exercise for the upcoming season of SAS Australia.  

According to Fox Sports, he was competing in a hostage situation challenge when he put one of his ‘abductors’ in a head lock. 

Fun: 'Happy birthday roomie! Sorry not sorry!' Sam captioned the fun image of the pair, who beamed in the image

 Fun: ‘Happy birthday roomie! Sorry not sorry!’ Sam captioned the fun image of the pair, who beamed in the image

As part of the challenge Sam and seven other celebrity recruits were thrown into the back of a car and driven at 100km/h by two instructors posing as kidnappers. 

According to the report, Sam hatched a plan to take control of the situation. 

He asked fellow ‘hostage’, Olympic sprinter John Steffensen to pull the handbrake, before attacking the driver.   

‘Burgess reached over and put the soldier in a head lock, choking him out, before climbing in to the driver’s seat and taking the wheel,’ the report claimed. 

Claims: It comes after reports that former NRL superstar Sam choked out an instructor during a 'kidnapping' exercise for the upcoming season of SAS Australia

Claims: It comes after reports that former NRL superstar Sam choked out an instructor during a ‘kidnapping’ exercise for the upcoming season of SAS Australia

‘The soldier was so damaged that an ambulance had to be called, leaving producers dumbfounded and the so-called SAS hard men red-faced.’ 

When contacted for comment, a Channel Seven spokesperson responded: ‘The new season of SAS Australia, coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus, is the most gruelling course in the world to date. 

‘All participants will be pushed to their limits like never before.’

Back! Ant Middleton is returning to SAS Australia this year, alongside fellow DS Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark 'Billy' Billingham. All pictured

Back! Ant Middleton is returning to SAS Australia this year, alongside fellow DS Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham. All pictured

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