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My Kitchen Rules’s Manu Feildel complains about the ‘porridge’ on SAS Australia

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Former My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel sues the porridge on SAS Australia for being ‘no food’










They are used to a luxurious life, but the celebrities on SAS Australia did not get any comfort living in a remote campsite.

On Tuesday’s episode, celebrity chef Manu Feildel complained about the selection of food on offer while competing in the military-style series.

As he sat down next to his recruits, the 48-year-old food critic appeared to have lost his appetite as he threw his spoon at the table.

They don’t really eat gourmet! Former My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel, 48, (left) complained about the food rations on SAS Australia during Tuesday night’s episode

“You’re not having much luck with this one,” Jana Pittman noted.

“I’ll try,” he replied, before trying to swallow another spoonful of porridge.

“You don’t normally eat porridge like that?” asked fellow recruit Mark Philippoussis.

'I eat food': As he sat down next to his recruits, the 48-year-old food critic appeared to have lost his appetite as he threw his spoon at the table

‘I eat food’: As he sat down next to his recruits, the 48-year-old food critic appeared to have lost his appetite as he threw his spoon at the table

Hot-tempered:

Hot-tempered: “You don’t normally eat porridge like this?” asked Mark Philippoussis, 44, to which Manu replied, “No. I don’t eat porridge, I eat food’

An exasperated Manu replied, ‘No. I don’t eat porridge, I eat food.’

It comes when the acclaimed chef and former tennis player, 44, was forced to relieve herself side by side in a makeshift outdoor toilet they dubbed the “glory box.”

In scenes in Monday’s episode, Manu and Mark were hysterical as they used the makeshift toilet, which consisted of a shed and a hole in the ground.

Comfort far from home!  It comes when the acclaimed chef and former tennis player, 44, was forced to relieve herself side by side in a makeshift outdoor toilet they dubbed the

Comfort far from home! It comes when the acclaimed chef and former tennis pro were forced to relieve themselves side by side on a makeshift outdoor toilet they dubbed the “glory box.”

“Just don’t make eye contact,” Mark joked, before adding, “I’ve never had such a better view of a poo.”

Manu told fellow recruit Jett Kenny, “At least I can tell stories when I’m old that I had a fight with Mark Philippoussis.”

Mark hilariously added that Manu was “gentle” and relieved himself with “zero noise.”

In hysterics: 'Just don't make eye contact,' joked Mark, before adding: 'I've never had such a better view of a poo'

In hysterics: ‘Just don’t make eye contact,’ joked Mark, before adding: ‘I’ve never had such a better view of a poo’

SAS Australia sees stars attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army’s elite Special Air Service.

Manu and Mark join 16 other Australian celebrities who will undergo a series of physical and psychological tests.

In punishing circumstances, the star recruits will be pushed to their physical and mental limits, without regard for their celebrity status.

SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Wednesday

Not for the faint of heart: SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Wednesday

Not for the faint of heart: SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Wednesday

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