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SAS Australia fans SLAM Sabrina Frederick after she leaves her teammates chained up and blindfolded

SAS Australia fans SLAM Sabrina Frederick after she manages to set herself free in an escape room challenge… but leaves her teammates chained up and blindfolded

She’s been a favourite on SAS Australia since the start, but Sabrina Frederick shocked both the show’s DS (directing staff) and viewers when she freed herself and left behind her teammates during Tuesday’s episode.

Fans slammed the 23-year-old AFLW player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded.   

‘Why Sabrina? Why?’ tweeted one viewer, while another fan wrote, ‘Not good teamwork there Sabrina’.  

Mistake: Sabrina Frederick shocked fans when she freed herself and left behind her teammates during Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia

Added another: ‘Good job Sabrina, but you just left your team mates to be tortured if they find you gone.’

‘Sabrina’s like f**k these guys. I’m out,’ commented one fan.

But not everyone was critical of the sports star, with some defending her actions and praising her cunningness.    

'Why Sabrina? Why?' tweeted one viewer, while another fan wrote, 'Not good teamwork there Sabrina'

‘Why Sabrina? Why?’ tweeted one viewer, while another fan wrote, ‘Not good teamwork there Sabrina’

Flying solo: Fans slammed the 23-year-old AFLW player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded

Flying solo: Fans slammed the 23-year-old AFLW player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded

‘Sabrina, points for being smart. In your defence, you didn’t know the rules,’ tweeted one viewer, while another added, ‘Sabrina leaving the men behind, a true queen.’

Sabrina, James and Merrick were all led into a dark room, where they were blindfolded and chained to a post on the wall. 

After feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show’s DS. 

Chained up: After freeing herself, Sabrina quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

Chained up: After freeing herself, Sabrina quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

Winning fans: Not everyone was critical of the sports star, with some defending her actions and praising her cunningness

Winning fans: Not everyone was critical of the sports star, with some defending her actions and praising her cunningness

But their euphoria was short-lived when she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind. 

‘She’s f**king done a runner,’ pointed out DS Jason Fox, as they watched on in disappointment.

Added DS Billy Billingham: ‘We always believe no man left behind, because it can lead to death.’   

Going to plan: After feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show's DS (directing staff)

Going to plan: After feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show’s DS (directing staff)

Meanwhile, a disbelieving Merrick, 46, couldn’t believe Sabrina would leave him and James behind, after praising her for being a ‘team player’.

‘Sabrina’s a team player. I believe that. I’ve seen her. I’ve seen her give and give and give. Why would she leave us?’ he told James, 29.

‘Yeah, yeah, no, you’re right,’ James responded. 

'Sabrina, points for being smart. In your defence, you didn't know the rules,' tweeted one viewer, while another added, 'Sabrina leaving the men behind, a true queen'

‘Sabrina, points for being smart. In your defence, you didn’t know the rules,’ tweeted one viewer, while another added, ‘Sabrina leaving the men behind, a true queen’

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