Matt Hancock dives face-first into mud after crawling like a crab throughout a brutal SAS: Who Dares Wins problem.
The former well being secretary, 44, is again on our screens and persevering with his actuality TV stint after coming in third place on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Starring alongside the likes of Gareth Gates, Melinda Messenger and James Argent, Hancock’s stint on the programme has already been ripped aside by Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid and even the Channel 4 voiceover, as we’ve seen him punched by Jermaine Pennant and admit to ‘weak management’ through the pandemic.
In Sunday’s episode of the fact programme, viewers might be handled to Hancock face-planting straight into mud, throughout a vicious beasting.
The punishment sees all of the recruits being requested to drop to their knees and crawl by way of the mud, all whereas carrying the heavy weights on their backs.
As Hancock works his weigh by way of the mud on all fours, DS Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham yells at him: ‘F**king pathetic you’re like a crab!’
He’s then despatched again to the beginning and ordered to do it yet again, however can’t fairly handle with out tripping over straight to the bottom.
Matt Hancock has been persevering with his actuality TV stint (Picture: Channel 4)
The DS have been fairly brutal (Picture: Channel 4)‘Get up you f**king buffoon,’ the DS yell at him.
Hancock tries to wipe the mud overlaying his face, as he’s screamed at to maintain his head up whereas making an attempt to maintain the burden of the pack on.
Hancock in the meantime in an interview: ‘The previous few years I’ve been mentally examined, I’ve been emotionally examined, however the bodily check of this course is about as massive because it will get.
‘I hope that I rise to the problem, it’s going to be robust.’
In one other clip, the politician is seen explaining his profession to Towie star James Argent.
Hancock insists he has no thought what Boris Johnson would suppose (Picture: Christopher Furlong – WPA Pool/Getty Images)When requested what Boris Johnson would consider him collaborating on the programme, Hancock chuckles: ‘No thought, I haven’t talked to him. I do not know what he’ll suppose.’
This comes after Hancock confessed he regrets his ‘weak management’ on the finish of the pandemic throughout a savage SAS interrogation.
The disgraced ex-MP resigned from his place in Johnson’s cupboard after breaching Covid social distancing guidelines by kissing a colleague in authorities workplaces.
He addressed his affair with now-girlfriend Gina Coladangelo throughout the brand new sequence’ opening episode, after he was pulled into the primary chat with the course instructors.
As he first mirrored on his largest problem in authorities, Hancock mentioned: ‘I used to be managing a really troublesome state of affairs in an expert sense and thought I’d achieved job.
‘And then I fell in love with somebody who I’d identified since college and labored carefully with in authorities.’
Hancock addressed his affair with now-girlfriend Gina Coladangelo (Picture: James Gourley/ITV/Shutterstock)However, the DS weren’t letting him get off that frivolously, with Chris Oliver suggesting that his behaviour made it look like he thought he was ‘above’ the principles he imposed on the remainder of the nation in lockdown.
‘The reality is I used to be very cautious to not break the regulation,’ Hancock responded, insisting that the steering he went in opposition to was not ‘legally binding’.
Although he appeared to have a touch of tears glimmering in his eyes, the MP held his resolve and even dared to attempt to interrupt his interrogation twice to defend himself – however was rapidly shut down.
When he was then accused of displaying ‘weak management’ within the pandemic, he agreed, including: ‘I remorse the dearth of management on the finish.’
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins continues at 9pm on Channel 4 on Sunday.
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