Dan Ewing bares his bottom on SAS Australia as he strips down in front of his fellow recruits


Dan Ewing bares his bottom on SAS Australia as he strips down in front of his fellow recruits while back at camp


Dan Ewing casually stripped naked during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia.

The 36-year-old actor’s fellow recruits copped an eyeful when he unashamedly removed all of his clothes.

Dan and his fellow recruits had just returned to base camp after a morning of gruelling challenges.

Bottoms up: Dan Ewing casually stripped naked during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia. The 36-year-old actor’s fellow recruits copped an eyeful when he unashamedly removed all of his clothes

They were then tasked with hanging their belongings out to dry in the courtyard, with many opting to strip off their wet clothes.

But while most of the recruits at least kept their underwear on to preserve some modesty, Dan stripped completely naked.

The former Home and Away star didn’t seem to give it a second thought as he removed all his clothes and proceeded to hang them on a nearby trough.

Stripping off: Dan and his fellow recruits had just returned to base camp after a morning of gruelling challenges

Stripping off: Dan and his fellow recruits had just returned to base camp after a morning of gruelling challenges

In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, viewers at home were treated to Dan dropping his trousers on TV.

He then quickly replaced his sodden underwear with a fresh pair of black briefs, pulling them up while chatting with fellow recruit Mark Philippoussis.  

Despite Dan standing naked in front of him, Mark, 44, appeared more preoccupied with his soggy sandwich.   

Quick change: He then quickly replaced his sodden underwear with a fresh pair of black briefs, pulling them up while chatting with fellow recruit Mark Philippoussis (right)

Quick change: He then quickly replaced his sodden underwear with a fresh pair of black briefs, pulling them up while chatting with fellow recruit Mark Philippoussis (right)

In an interview with the ImperfectlyPerfect Podcast on Monday, Dan spoke about his appearance on SAS Australia, where he admitted it was still very much ‘a TV show’, with producers present on set. 

He said they would often have to ‘reset’ scenes during many of the show’s gruelling challenges, giving the recruits a much-needed chance to catch their breaths. 

‘But the tasks and the discomfort and getting called every name under the sun and the sleep deprivation and all that kind of stuff, that is 110 per cent real,’ he added.

SAS Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

Reality bites: In an interview with the ImperfectlyPerfect Podcast on Monday, Dan spoke about his appearance on SAS Australia, where he admitted it was still very much 'a TV show'

Reality bites: In an interview with the ImperfectlyPerfect Podcast on Monday, Dan spoke about his appearance on SAS Australia, where he admitted it was still very much ‘a TV show’

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