SAS drill sergeant Ant Middleton leaves Sydney quarantine… after axed from British version

Ant Middleton was axed from Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins last month following allegations of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ on set.

But the former British soldier, 40, was all smiles on Tuesday as he emerged from a Sydney hotel after completing his 14 days of quarantine.

Ant, who will return as SAS Australia‘s chief instructor for season two, looked happy to be working again on Seven’s military-style series, which is based on the UK show.

Free at last! SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton was all smiles on Tuesday as he emerged from a Sydney hotel after completing his 14 days of quarantine

Free at last! SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton was all smiles on Tuesday as he emerged from a Sydney hotel after completing his 14 days of quarantine

Free at last! SAS Australia chief instructor Ant Middleton was all smiles on Tuesday as he emerged from a Sydney hotel after completing his 14 days of quarantine

Unable to mask his enthusiasm for being free, Ant used his hand to signal the shaka sign, which is sometimes known as ‘hang loose’ and is a gesture of friendly intent.

He flashed a cheeky smile to passersby as friends helped load his luggage into a nearby vehicle.

Ant has been keeping fit during quarantine and sharing workout videos from within his hotel room for the past two weeks. 

Ready for duty! Ant, who will return as SAS Australia's chief instructor for season two, looked overjoyed to be working again Down Under on Seven's military-style reality series

Ready for duty! Ant, who will return as SAS Australia's chief instructor for season two, looked overjoyed to be working again Down Under on Seven's military-style reality series

Ready for duty! Ant, who will return as SAS Australia’s chief instructor for season two, looked overjoyed to be working again Down Under on Seven’s military-style reality series

Dedication: Ant has been keeping fit during quarantine and sharing workout videos from within his hotel room for the past two weeks

Dedication: Ant has been keeping fit during quarantine and sharing workout videos from within his hotel room for the past two weeks

Dedication: Ant has been keeping fit during quarantine and sharing workout videos from within his hotel room for the past two weeks

Workout: Ant took an assortment of exercise equipment with him when he checked out of the hotel, including kettlebells, a rowing machine and weighted plates

Workout: Ant took an assortment of exercise equipment with him when he checked out of the hotel, including kettlebells, a rowing machine and weighted plates

Workout: Ant took an assortment of exercise equipment with him when he checked out of the hotel, including kettlebells, a rowing machine and weighted plates

On Saturday, he boasted about completing a grueling 150-burpee challenge, before saying he was ready to attend some pool parties when he was released.

It appears Ant had pre-arranged for a few of his workout items to be in his hotel room for his 14-day stay, as he left with gear and equipment upon checking out.

On the luggage trolley was a rowing machine, kettlebells, and weighted plates.

Happy days! Unable to mask his enthusiasm for being free, Ant used his hand to signal the shaka sign, which is sometimes known as 'hang loose' and is a gesture of friendly intent

Happy days! Unable to mask his enthusiasm for being free, Ant used his hand to signal the shaka sign, which is sometimes known as 'hang loose' and is a gesture of friendly intent

Happy days! Unable to mask his enthusiasm for being free, Ant used his hand to signal the shaka sign, which is sometimes known as ‘hang loose’ and is a gesture of friendly intent

Helping hand: Ant was greeted by friends after exiting the building, and was helped to his awaiting car by a staff member

Helping hand: Ant was greeted by friends after exiting the building, and was helped to his awaiting car by a staff member

Helping hand: Ant was greeted by friends after exiting the building, and was helped to his awaiting car by a staff member

Crews all out: Ant's fellow SAS drill sergeant Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton was also seen outside of the inner-city hotel

Crews all out: Ant's fellow SAS drill sergeant Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton was also seen outside of the inner-city hotel

Crews all out: Ant’s fellow SAS drill sergeant Matthew ‘Ollie’ Ollerton was also seen outside of the inner-city hotel

Showing off his muscular arms, Ant wore a black T-shirt that fit snug over his tattooed biceps. 

He left the hotel wearing a medical face mask, but soon took it off to converse with his mates.

Ant’s fellow SAS drill sergeant Matthew ‘Ollie’ Ollerton was also seen outside of the inner-city hotel.

Similar to Ant, Ollie also wore a black T-shirt, jeans and sneakers. 

Thumbs up! Ant and Ollie will be joined again by Jason Fox and Mark Billingham on Channel Seven's second season of SAS Australia

Thumbs up! Ant and Ollie will be joined again by Jason Fox and Mark Billingham on Channel Seven's second season of SAS Australia

Thumbs up! Ant and Ollie will be joined again by Jason Fox and Mark Billingham on Channel Seven’s second season of SAS Australia

Coming soon! Now that all of the British drill sergeants have completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantines, production is expected to commence in the coming weeks

Coming soon! Now that all of the British drill sergeants have completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantines, production is expected to commence in the coming weeks

Coming soon! Now that all of the British drill sergeants have completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantines, production is expected to commence in the coming weeks

On Tuesday, Ollie wrote on Instagram: ‘The sound of freedom! From the confines of a hotel room to the expanse of the mountains. Whatever the scenario, it feels great!’ 

Ant and Ollie will be joined again by Jason Fox and Mark Billingham on Channel Seven’s second season of SAS Australia.

Now that all of the British drill sergeants have completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantines, production is expected to commence in the coming weeks. 

Controversy: In early March, Ant was axed from the British version of the show, SAS: Who Dares Wins, over his 'personal conduct' on set of the popular program

Controversy: In early March, Ant was axed from the British version of the show, SAS: Who Dares Wins, over his 'personal conduct' on set of the popular program

Controversy: In early March, Ant was axed from the British version of the show, SAS: Who Dares Wins, over his ‘personal conduct’ on set of the popular program

In early March, Ant was axed from the British version of the show, SAS: Who Dares Wins, over his ‘personal conduct’.

He previously claimed he was dropped for ‘butting heads’ with the show’s team.

A spokesperson for Ant told MailOnline: ‘Ant has worked on TV sets around the world for many years and has never at any point been accused of speaking inappropriately by anyone.’

‘He has only ever been informed of these allegations, which he wholeheartedly and emphatically rejects, via the media.

'He wholeheartedly and emphatically rejects': Ant has denied reports he was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wanted to have sex with her via his microphone during filming

'He wholeheartedly and emphatically rejects': Ant has denied reports he was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wanted to have sex with her via his microphone during filming

‘He wholeheartedly and emphatically rejects’: Ant has denied reports he was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wanted to have sex with her via his microphone during filming

‘If anyone felt that he did say anything verbally offensive we would have expected a formal process of review but no such discussion has ever taken place either via any of the networks he works for or via bodies such as Bectu.’

It followed a report by The Sun that Ant was allegedly heard telling a contestant he wanted to have sex with her via his microphone during filming.

A source claimed his comment was meant to be in jest, but still prompted a member of the show’s production team to complain.

It was alleged he said: ‘I’m going to f**k you after this.’

A source added: ‘Comments by Ant — whether made in jest or not — were picked up by production and someone complained. In total up to four women submitted concerns to production bosses.

‘On the celebrity version of the show he made comments to two female celebrities, both of whom were not single.

‘Everyone on the show was talking about it among themselves. Staff at Minnow Films, who make the show, say they’ve still got the audio of one alleged incident.’

Hitting back: Ant also denied claims of further behaviour after it was reported four women had accused him of making 'lewd and suggestive comments' on set

Hitting back: Ant also denied claims of further behaviour after it was reported four women had accused him of making 'lewd and suggestive comments' on set

Hitting back: Ant also denied claims of further behaviour after it was reported four women had accused him of making ‘lewd and suggestive comments’ on set

A representative for Channel 4 told the publication that measures are in place so any complaints from staff can be handled confidentially.

Ant also denied claims of further behaviour after it was reported four women had accused him of making ‘lewd and suggestive comments’ on set.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain last month, Ant denied claims he’d made ‘inappropriate’ comments to female staff which were subsequently investigated by Channel 4 bosses.

He said anonymous complaints had been made about ‘indirect’ behaviour that was typical of the hosts’ military backgrounds, and said ‘snowflakes’ do not belong on the set of SAS: Who Dares Wins. 

Denial: Speaking on GMB last month, Ant denied claims he'd made 'inappropriate' comments to female staff which were subsequently investigated by Channel 4 bosses

Denial: Speaking on GMB last month, Ant denied claims he'd made 'inappropriate' comments to female staff which were subsequently investigated by Channel 4 bosses

Denial: Speaking on GMB last month, Ant denied claims he’d made ‘inappropriate’ comments to female staff which were subsequently investigated by Channel 4 bosses

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