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John Steffensen FAINTS mid-air on SAS Australia 

John Steffensen FAINTS mid-air and soars to the ground unconscious during daring helicopter challenge on SAS Australia


During Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia, John Steffensen fainted mid air. 

The recruits were tasked with a challenge which ended with them being airlifted by a helicopter. 

John went up with footballer Sam Burgess, but once they were in the air, things went wrong. 

Oh no: During Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia, John Steffensen (right) fainted mid air

As the helicopter flew the pair high in the air, John began to struggle. 

‘Take us down! Take us down!’ he screamed, sounding panicked as he see-sawed far above the earth. 

John went silent as they were lowered, before the awful truth was revealed. 

Wow! The recruits were tasked with a challenge which ended with them being airlifted by a helicopter

Wow! The recruits were tasked with a challenge which ended with them being airlifted by a helicopter

Oh dear: The camera then caught the shocking moment John's limp, conscious body soared to the earth on a harness

Oh dear: The camera then caught the shocking moment John’s limp, conscious body soared to the earth on a harness

The camera then caught the shocking moment John’s limp, conscious body soared to the earth on a harness. 

As he lay on the ground, he was quickly tended to, and regained consciousness after a moment.  

‘It was the harness,’ he complained, saying it was pressing his chest, and setting off his asthma. 

Hell: As he lay on the ground, he was quickly tended to, and regained consciousness after a moment

Hell: As he lay on the ground, he was quickly tended to, and regained consciousness after a moment

Struggle: 'It was the harness,' he complained, saying it was pressing his chest, and setting off his asthma

Struggle: ‘It was the harness,’ he complained, saying it was pressing his chest, and setting off his asthma

Once hit with the cold air, John felt he could not catch his breath, and fainted. 

Later, he sat alongside Sam, recovering and drinking water from his canteen, and appeared to be feeling better. 

SAS Australia: Hell Week premieres Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

Better: Later, he sat alongside Sam Burgess (right), recovering and drinking water from his canteen, and appeared to be feeling better

Better: Later, he sat alongside Sam Burgess (right), recovering and drinking water from his canteen, and appeared to be feeling better

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