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SAS Australia star ‘urinated on herself’ and two other celebrities passed out

The SAS Australia star urinated on herself and two other celebrities passed out after using tear gas during a horror challenge

A female recruit urinated on herself and two male celebrities stopped by while they were filming a horror challenge for the new season of SAS Australia.

According to the Herald Sun, participants reportedly had visceral reactions to the use of tear gas during a military operation.

The newspaper did not name the participants who reacted so badly to the tear gas.

Ordeal: A female recruit urinated on herself and two male celebrities died while filming a horror challenge for the new season of SAS Australia (cast pictured)

“The female had nightmares. Other participants heard screams late at night for fear that they would have to do their job all over again, ”the report said.

“A legend in the sports world had to comfort the nameless woman in order to calm the woman’s nerves and convince her that the task was over.”

The women in the second season of SAS Australia are: Bonnie Anderson, Erin Holland, Isabelle Cornish, Brynne Edelsten, Emma Husar, Alicia Molik, Jessica Peris and Jana Pittman.

Shocking: Participants reportedly had visceral reactions to the use of tear gas during a military operation, according to the Herald Sun.  Pictured: Bonnie Anderson

Shocking: According to the Herald Sun, participants reportedly had visceral reactions to tear gas use during a military operation. Pictured: Bonnie Anderson

Tear gas was previously used on the UK version of the reality show known as SAS: Who Dares Wins.

The first season of SAS Australia did not contain tear gas in any of its challenges.

Tear gas has short- and long-term effects, including itching, burning sensation, and temporary blindness, according to Healthline.

Hart: The women in the second season of SAS Australia are: Bonnie Anderson, Erin Holland (pictured), Isabelle Cornish, Brynne Edelsten, Emma Husar, Alicia Molik, Jessica Peris and Jana Pittman

Hart: The women in the second season of SAS Australia are: Bonnie Anderson, Erin Holland (pictured), Isabelle Cornish, Brynne Edelsten, Emma Husar, Alicia Molik, Jessica Peris and Jana Pittman

Rumors surfaced last month that former NRL star Sam Burgess “choked” an SAS instructor during a challenge.

According to Fox Sports, the 32-year-old took part in a hostage situation when he took one of his “kidnappers” into a headlock.

As part of the challenge, Sam and seven other recruits were thrown in the back seat of a car and driven at 100 km / h by two instructors posing as hijackers.

Violent: Rumors surfaced last month that former NRL star Sam Burgess “choked” an SAS instructor during a challenge.  Pictured here in September 2013

Violent: Rumors surfaced last month that former NRL star Sam Burgess “choked” an SAS instructor during a challenge. Pictured here in September 2013

Sam has reportedly hatched a plan to get the situation under control.

He asked his ‘Geisel’ colleague John Steffensen, an Olympic sprinter, to pull the handbrake before attacking the driver.

“Burgess reached out and put the soldier in a headlock, strangled him before he climbed into the driver’s seat and took the wheel,” claimed Fox Sports.

SAS Australia will see the return of Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and directors Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham.

The new season of SAS Australia will air on Channel Seven later this year

They are back!  SAS Australia will see the return of Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and directors Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark 'Billy' Billingham (all pictured).

They are back! SAS Australia will see the return of Chief Instructor Ant Middleton and directors Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham (all pictured).

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