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Hunted Australia: Bumbling ‘fugitive’ disguises himself as a nonna

Viewers mock excessive actuality present Hunted Australia as a bumbling ‘fugitive’ disguises himself as a NONNA in an op-shop dress whereas making an attempt to keep away from seize

Channel 10’s thrilling new actuality present Hunted Australia delivered some absurd tv on Sunday.

‘Fugitives’ Stathi and Matt went to excessive lengths to keep away from seize by carrying ridiculous clothes, which they hoped would permit them to ‘fly beneath the radar’ however ended up having the other impact. 

Matt clumsily tried to disguise his dark hair and beard with a blonde wig, sun shades and surgical face masks.

Channel 10’s thrilling new actuality present Hunted Australia delivered some absurd tv on Sunday as two ‘fugitives’ donned ridiculous disguises in an try and keep away from seize

Meanwhile, Stathi dressed up as an Italian grandmother, or ‘nonna’, in a floral frock from an op-shop, and lined his head with black netting. 

They referred to as on their friend Katherine to organise a Kombi van for them as transport. 

To keep away from detection, they’d Katherine stand by a payphone whereas Stathi instructed her to satisfy them beneath a close by bridge as he circled her together with his head down and advised her not to have a look at him.

Matt clumsily tried to disguise his dark hair and beard with a blonde wig, sunglasses and surgical face mask

Matt clumsily tried to disguise his dark hair and beard with a blonde wig, sun shades and surgical face masks 

Viewers live-tweeted the weird sequence of occasions, with one writing: ‘We did not see Stathi however we did see a legendary gypsy lady place a curse on a couple by a payphone.’

Another wrote: ‘Katherine, when was the final time you noticed Stathi? Katherine: It was yesterday at a cellphone field and he was dressed as a nonna.’

‘Never seen a nonna circle a pay cellphone earlier than,’ another person commented.

Stathi (pictured) dressed up as an Italian grandmother, or 'nonna', in a floral frock from an op-shop, and covered his head with black netting

Stathi (pictured) dressed up as an Italian grandmother, or ‘nonna’, in a floral frock from an op-shop, and lined his head with black netting 

Another viewer tweeted: ‘If the hunters had been watching, the dress could have fooled them… however two people of their late twenties using a payphone is a lifeless giveaway one thing’s not right.’ 

Channel 10 presenter Kate Langbroek additionally tweeted concerning the episode, joking that she could not inform it was Stathi in his nonna disguise.

‘This is superb madness. Nothing memorable,’ she wrote, including a number of crying-with-laughter emojis.   

 

 

 

Viewers live-tweeted the bizarre events, with one writing: 'We didn't see Stathi but we did see a mythical gypsy woman place a curse on a couple by a payphone'

Viewers live-tweeted the weird occasions, with one writing: ‘We did not see Stathi however we did see a legendary gypsy lady place a curse on a couple by a payphone’ 

Hunted is a thrilling sequence which follows 18 contestants who should go on the run and keep away from being captured for 21 days.

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners, however they have to first evade an elite group of ‘hunters’ comprising former intelligence brokers and police officers.

Travelling in pairs, the fugitives have solely restricted resources to flee detection within the subject.

Hunted is a thrilling series which follows 18 contestants who must go on the run and avoid being captured for 21 days

Hunted is a thrilling sequence which follows 18 contestants who should go on the run and keep away from being captured for 21 days

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners, but they must first evade an elite team of 'hunters' comprising former intelligence agents and police officers.

A prize of $100,000 awaits the winners, however they have to first evade an elite group of ‘hunters’ comprising former intelligence brokers and cops. 

The hunters within the Australian model include ex-AFP and ADF personnel, as nicely as cyber analysts and veterans of British intelligence. 

Most contestants had been captured within the first week after lingering too lengthy with kinfolk and mates.

The present has been a rankings hit since its premiere final Sunday.

Travelling in pairs, the fugitives have limited resources to escape detection in the field. Most contestants were captured in the first week after lingering too long with relatives and friends

Travelling in pairs, the fugitives have restricted resources to flee detection within the subject. Most contestants had been captured within the first week after lingering too lengthy with kinfolk and mates

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