Jackson Warne shocked viewers on Tuesday when he announced that he had eaten a wider variety of foods on SAS Australia than in his entire life.
Retired cricketer Shane Warne's 21-year-old son admitted that he had previously tried only 10 different foods when he was presented with a can of tomato soup – a bold claim that stunned his co-stars.
And a cursory glance at Jackson's Instagram account shows that he's actually on a very restricted diet – and has been for years.
Proof that Jackson Warne is on a very limited diet: An Instagram photo from three years ago shows the 21-year-old SAS Australia star having a bland meal while dining in a fancy restaurant
He also has a habit of ordering boring off-menu dishes in fancy restaurants.
Jackson shared a photo on Instagram on October 13, 2017 while visiting an upscale Melbourne steakhouse.
All of his friends ordered steak and sauce and either mashed potatoes or fries, but Jackson just had a plate of spuds.
Can you tell what's wrong with this photo? Jackson shared this picture on Instagram on October 13, 2017 while visiting an upscale steakhouse in Melbourne
How embarrassing: his friends ordered a steak with sauce and either mashed potatoes or chips, but Jackson just had a plate of spuds (picture). It seems he has a habit of ordering boring off-menu items in fancy restaurants
In vember 2016, Jackson was pictured in a restaurant enjoying Mexican nachos, which were actually tortilla chips and melted cheese.
He seems to have inherited his unaffected taste in food from his father Shane.
The 51-year-old Spin Bowler was known to have baked beans delivered on Indian tours because he could not eat the spicy food.
Shane also announced in August 2017 that he is having simple potato cakes for lunch.
Yes, Caramba! In vember 2016, Jackson was pictured in a restaurant enjoying Mexican nachos, which were actually tortilla chips and melted cheese
Jackson made his extraordinary diet reveal on the SAS Australia episode on Tuesday when his co-stars noticed he seemed confused by his tomato soup.
"Do you know what it is, Jackson?" Schapelle asked Corby, to which he replied: & # 39; The food? Soup. & # 39;
The convicted drug smuggler, 43, said it was tomato soup and Jackson asked her if it was "good."
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree: it appears to have inherited its unaffected taste of food from his father Shane (pictured with Jackson and daughters Summer and Brooke).
Narrow-minded: The 51-year-old Spin Bowler had beans baked on Indian tours because he couldn't eat the spicy food. Pictured in Melbourne on vember 23, 2016
A balanced diet? Shane also announced in August 2017 that he is having simple potato cakes for lunch
& # 39; I've never had it. I only had 10 different foods before, ”he admitted.
A stunned Schapelle asked him if he was on a special diet.
", I've just had the same thing since I was young," he continued.
“Oh, you don't like to experience new foods! Oh! That's huge for you then, ”said Schapelle.
Something new: On Tuesday's SAS Australia episode, Jackson announced that he had previously tried only 10 different foods after his co-stars noticed he appeared confused by his tomato soup
Confused: "Do you know what it is?" Schapelle Corby (left) asked, to which Jackson replied: & # 39; The food? Soup & # 39;
As he sat down to eat, Jackson confessed that the soup tasted like "canned spaghetti sauce".
He seemed to be enjoying it and held his tin bowl to his mouth while he scooped out the last bit with his spoon.
"You're expanding your horizons at the rate of knots," said one of his colleagues.
Jackson added, "I've tried more foods in the last two days than in my entire life."
SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Monday
Dinner: As they sat down at camp to eat, the celebrity recruits scooped some red liquid into their tin bowls – and Jackson seemed quite baffled about what he wanted to eat
Broadening his horizons: As he sat down to eat, Jackson confessed that the soup tasted like "canned spaghetti sauce".