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Did you spot it? Jett Kenny addresses major editing fail on SAS Australia

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Did you spot it? Jett Kenny addresses major editing fail on SAS Australia

He’s the hunky surf lifesaver competing alongside fifteen other celebrities on SAS Australia.

And on Wednesday night Jett Kenny, 27, felt like he had no choice but to address his social media followers after a major editing fail left them scratching their heads. 

Uploading a photo of him in the driver’s seat of a car about to be plunged into freezing cold water, and another of him celebrating, Jett wrote: ‘For those wondering, yes. I made it’.

Did you spot it? Jett Kenny addressed a major editing fail that occurred on Wednesday night's episode of SAS Australia

Did you spot it? Jett Kenny addressed a major editing fail that occurred on Wednesday night's episode of SAS Australia

Did you spot it? Jett Kenny addressed a major editing fail that occurred on Wednesday night’s episode of SAS Australia 

A second photo sees Jett chatting to directing staff (DS) Mark Billingham, with the caption, ‘Press square to Exit the Vehicle. IYKYK,’ a reference to a video game.

The cheeky dig appeared to be at the show’s editors who cut Jett’s successful attempt at the strenuous challenge.

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The task in question involved the recruits being plunged into water and forced to hold their breath for 40 seconds, before they were allowed to swim free. 

Nice work! The cheeky dig appeared to be at the show's editors who cut Jett's successful attempt at the strenuous challenge. The task involved the recruits being plunged into water and forced to hold their breath for 40 seconds, before they were allowed to swim free

Nice work! The cheeky dig appeared to be at the show's editors who cut Jett's successful attempt at the strenuous challenge. The task involved the recruits being plunged into water and forced to hold their breath for 40 seconds, before they were allowed to swim free

Nice work! The cheeky dig appeared to be at the show’s editors who cut Jett’s successful attempt at the strenuous challenge. The task involved the recruits being plunged into water and forced to hold their breath for 40 seconds, before they were allowed to swim free

Jett’s hilarious post comes after fellow recruit Manu Feildel sensationally quit the show on Wednesday because he felt like he ‘didn’t need to prove anything to himself’.

Manu dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton while surrounded by his fellow recruits.

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‘I came on this course to prove something to myself, and I just realised I don’t need to prove anything,’ Manu boldly said to the camera shortly after his exit. 

Congrats! A second photo saw Jett chatting to directing staff (DS) Mark Billingham, with the caption, 'Press square to Exit the Vehicle. IYKYK,' a reference to a video game

Congrats! A second photo saw Jett chatting to directing staff (DS) Mark Billingham, with the caption, 'Press square to Exit the Vehicle. IYKYK,' a reference to a video game

Congrats! A second photo saw Jett chatting to directing staff (DS) Mark Billingham, with the caption, ‘Press square to Exit the Vehicle. IYKYK,’ a reference to a video game

‘I’ve got a f**king good life. I’ve got a f**king good life, and I want it back,’ he added.

Ant had been explaining the challenge to recruits moments before Manu made his decision to bolt.

‘If you f**k this up, we will be dragging your carcasses out of the water and f**king pumping the water out of your lungs,’ Ant warned.

‘Once you get into that vehicle and the directing staff puts that seatbelt on you, that whole process will not stop. If you panic, you’re going to stay under there a lot longer.’

The warning saw Manu immediately stand up without hesitation, holding his number to Ant who stared back at him in disbelief. 

SAS Australia continues Monday at 7:30pm on Seven 

Can't do it! Manu dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton while surrounded by his fellow recruits - before the challenge had even started

Can't do it! Manu dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton while surrounded by his fellow recruits - before the challenge had even started

Can’t do it! Manu dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton while surrounded by his fellow recruits – before the challenge had even started

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