Comedian Paul Fenech bares his penis on SAS Australia

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Now that’s going commando! Paul Fenech bares his penis and bottom as he goes completely naked during challenge on SAS Australia


Pauly Fenech regularly gets the laughs on screen. 

And the comedian, 51, got a lighthearted giggle from the recruits on Monday night’s premiere of SAS Australia when he exposed his manhood. 

The Fat Pizza star was involved in a challenge that saw his jumpsuit set on fire, before he was forced to jump into a river. 

Going Commando: Comedian Paul Fenech, 51, (pictured) bared his penis bottom on SAS Australia's Monday night premiere

Going Commando: Comedian Paul Fenech, 51, (pictured) bared his penis bottom on SAS Australia’s Monday night premiere

Emerging from the water, Paul stripped off and it was soon clear he wasn’t wearing any underwear underneath his jumpsuit.

‘F**k me, we’ve got a streaker,’ commented directing staff Dean Stott.

‘Clearly a confident individual. Must be hung like an Afghan yak…or not?’ he added.

The other recruits could be seen standing in a line laughing as they noticed the comedian not wearing any underwear. 

Hello: Emerging from the water, Paul stripped off and it was soon clear he wasn't wearing any underwear underneath his jumpsuit

Hello: Emerging from the water, Paul stripped off and it was soon clear he wasn’t wearing any underwear underneath his jumpsuit 

‘Holy sh*t. I thought you said it weren’t cold,’ directing staff Ollie Ollerton quipped. 

He then added, ‘True commando. No helmet required’ as he gazed in Fenech’s direction. 

Paul then reflected on his years in stand-up comedy. 

Racy: 'F**k me, we've got a streaker,' commented directing staff Dean Stott. 'Clearly a confident individual. Must be hung like an Afghan yak...or not?' he added

Racy: ‘F**k me, we’ve got a streaker,’ commented directing staff Dean Stott. ‘Clearly a confident individual. Must be hung like an Afghan yak…or not?’ he added

‘When you do stand-up comedy you have to have absolute confidence or you will fail. So after years of this stuff, I have no shame,’ Paul said. 

The Housos vs. Authority star also spoke of his years in the Army Reserve. 

‘I thought the Army would train me to be like Rambo, but what I didn’t realise is that you don’t get to be like Rambo in the first minute.

No shame:'When you do stand-up comedy you have to have absolute confidence or you will fail. So after years of this stuff, I have no shame,' Paul said. Here alongside the other recruits

No shame: ‘When you do stand-up comedy you have to have absolute confidence or you will fail. So after years of this stuff, I have no shame,’ Paul said. Here alongside the other recruits

Paul went on to say that he got ‘personal discipline’ out of the Reserve which he still values even now. 

The controversial actor also spoke of his differences between home life and his larger-than-life personas on the small screen. 

‘My private life is probably not as fun as my TV life,’ he said. ‘At home, there’s a lot less threesomes, let’s just say that.’   

SAS Australia continues on Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

How far will he go? SAS Australia continues on Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

How far will he go? SAS Australia continues on Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

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