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SAS Australia viewers in stitches following Bonnie Anderson’s bizarre toilet confession


SAS Australia viewers are left in stitches following singer Bonnie Anderson’s bizarre toilet confession during intense ice pit challenge


Bonnie Anderson voluntarily withdrew as the pressure of SAS Australia‘s gruelling selection course got the better of her on Wednesday.

But it was her hilarious response during the ice pit challenge that had viewers in stitches.

The task involved recruits jumping into a hole in the ground filled with ice and cold water, and being asked a series of questions by the Directing Staff.

Say what? SAS Australia viewers were left in stitches with Bonnie Anderson’s bizarre response during the intense ice pit challenge on Wednesday. Bonnie is pictured

In the pit, the 27-year-old was asked by Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox, ‘What way are you facing when you’re sat on the toilet?’

Still in shock from the intense cold, Bonnie answered, ‘Backwards’, before looking immediately confused.

Jason smirked at her wildly bizarre yet hilarious response, and viewers flocked to Twitter to laugh at the moment, too, with one viewer writing, ‘I’ve lost it backwards omg.’ 

‘Is it just me or did Bonnie say she sits on the toilet backwards?’ another tweeted.

Freezing: Still in shock from the intense cold, Bonnie answered, 'Backwards', before looking immediately confused

Freezing: Still in shock from the intense cold, Bonnie answered, ‘Backwards’, before looking immediately confused

Giggles: Viewers flocked to Twitter to laugh at the moment, with one viewer writing, 'I've lost it backwards omg.'

Giggles: Viewers flocked to Twitter to laugh at the moment, with one viewer writing, ‘I’ve lost it backwards omg.’

‘What way do you face on the toilet, backwards is definitely the correct answer,’ a third shared.

‘Backwards. Killing me,’ a fourth wrote alongside a laughing emoji.  

After the ice pit task Bonnie made the difficult decision to hand in her arm band and withdraw from the selection course.

What? Directing Staff Jason smirked at her wildly bizarre yet hilarious response

What? Directing Staff Jason smirked at her wildly bizarre yet hilarious response

Hilarious: 'Backwards. Killing me,' a fourth wrote along with a laughing emoji

Hilarious: ‘Backwards. Killing me,’ a fourth wrote along with a laughing emoji

Emotional ending: After the ice pit task Bonnie made the difficult decision to hand in her arm band and withdraw from the selection course

Emotional ending: After the ice pit task Bonnie made the difficult decision to hand in her arm band and withdraw from the selection course

Chief instruction Ant Middleton gave her a warm hug and told her: ‘You’ve been amazing. Gutted that you’re going. 

‘Now you can go and inspire others, and hopefully inspire yourself too to be a better version of who you are, which I know you have been.

‘I’ve seen a transformation over the last seven days,’ he proudly told before she set off.

SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

'I've seen a transformation over the last seven days': Chief instruction Ant Middleton gave her a warm hug and told her: 'You've been amazing. Gutted that you're going'

‘I’ve seen a transformation over the last seven days’: Chief instruction Ant Middleton gave her a warm hug and told her: ‘You’ve been amazing. Gutted that you’re going’

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