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Firass Dirani screams ‘free at last’ as he’s finally kicked off SAS Australia

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Firass Dirani screams ‘free at last’ as he’s finally kicked off SAS Australia

Firass Dirani screams ‘free at last’ as he’s kicked off SAS Australia during shock elimination – after repeatedly clashing with the show’s instructors and his fellow recruits

Firass Dirani was finally given his marching orders during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia.

The 37-year-old actor was ordered to turn in his armband by chief instructor Ant Middleton during a shock elimination.

It came after weeks of Firass clashing with the show’s instructors and his fellow recruits, with the DS (directing staff) often struggling to pull him into line. 

Going home: Firass Dirani (pictured) was finally given his marching orders during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia

And while he initially branded Ant’s decision to send him home as ‘the worst decision’ he’d ever heard of, there proved to be no hard feelings.

Sitting down for a one-on-one conversation with Ant, 39, Firass told the former soldier he was feeling ‘super energised from the experience’ of being on the show.

Ant then confessed that a large part of the reason why he often butted heads with Firass on the course was because they’re ‘very similar’. 

Reflecting: Sitting down for a one-on-one conversation with Ant Middleton, Firass told the former soldier he was feeling 'super energised from the experience' of being on the show

Reflecting: Sitting down for a one-on-one conversation with Ant Middleton, Firass told the former soldier he was feeling ‘super energised from the experience’ of being on the show

‘You’re louder than life. Very similar to myself. There’s lots of traits I saw in you, hence why we had them little pep talks and we progressed like we did,’ Ant told him. 

But while they regularly clashed, Ant insisted that it had been an ‘absolute pleasure’ having Firass on the show.  

The two men then shared a hug, before Firass confessed he was feeling ‘relieved’ to be going home.

'You're louder than life. Very similar to myself. There's lots of traits I saw in you, hence why we had them little pep talks and we progressed like we did,' Ant told him

‘You’re louder than life. Very similar to myself. There’s lots of traits I saw in you, hence why we had them little pep talks and we progressed like we did,’ Ant told him

‘I’ve been a clown all my life. There is no way I can change myself. You know, so be it,’ he admitted.

As he walked across the yard at the base camp one last time, Firass took a dramatic bow, before turning and walking through the gate.

‘Free at last! Free at last! God almighty, I’m free at last!’ he happily sung out, quoting Martin Luther King Jr.  

Bowing out: As he walked across the yard at the base camp one last time, Firass took a dramatic bow, before turning and walking through the gate

Bowing out: As he walked across the yard at the base camp one last time, Firass took a dramatic bow, before turning and walking through the gate

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