Firass Dirani takes ANOTHER swipe at Merrick Watts and accuses the comedian of being unfunny

They regularly clashed on SAS Australia, and now Firass Dirani has taken yet another swipe at Merrick Watts on Instagram Stories after getting the boot from the show on Tuesday night.

The 37-year-old actor shared an unflattering photo of Merrick pulling a face while submerged in icy water on the hit Channel Seven TV show. 

‘Hey @merrickwatts. This is undeniably the funniest thing you did the whole time. This face,’ he captioned the photo.

Bad blood: They regularly clashed on SAS Australia, and Firass Dirani (centre) took yet another swipe at Merrick Watts (far right) on Instagram Stories on Tuesday

Bad blood: They regularly clashed on SAS Australia, and Firass Dirani (centre) took yet another swipe at Merrick Watts (far right) on Instagram Stories on Tuesday

The 47-year-old comedian is yet to respond to Firass’ post, but he shared the same photo on his own Instagram page and wrote: ‘The cold brings out the most attractive elements in us all’.

Last week, Firass shared another photo of Merrick on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: ‘SNITCH’.  

‘I don’t have a problem with you, Merrick. I just felt like I was a little singled out and you were trying to baby me,’ Firass told Merrick on The Kyle and Jackie O Show last month. 

Poking the bear: The 37-year-old actor shared an unflattering photo of Merrick pulling a face while submerged in icy water on the hit Channel Seven TV show

Poking the bear: The 37-year-old actor shared an unflattering photo of Merrick pulling a face while submerged in icy water on the hit Channel Seven TV show

‘Yeah, because I’m a dad, Firass, and you’re a child, that’s why,’ Merrick responded bluntly.

Last month, Merrick confronted an insolent Firass on SAS Australia after he got in trouble, putting all of his fellow recruits at risk of yet another torturous punishment.

‘You f**ked yourself out there today, you know that,’ Merrick told Firass after he spoke back to the DS (directing staff) during a team challenge.  

Clashing: Last month, Merrick confronted an insolent Firass on SAS Australia after he got in trouble, putting all of his fellow recruits at risk of yet another torturous punishment

Clashing: Last month, Merrick confronted an insolent Firass on SAS Australia after he got in trouble, putting all of his fellow recruits at risk of yet another torturous punishment 

Called out: Last week, Firass shared another photo of Merrick on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: 'SNITCH'

Called out: Last week, Firass shared another photo of Merrick on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: ‘SNITCH’ 

Later, Merrick told Firass he needed to ‘join the team’, before once again lecturing him on his bad attitude.

‘You need to be part of the team, Firass. Don’t f**k with us,’ he told him.   

The two men butted heads once again in an episode earlier this month, after Firass broke protocol to return to base to rescue Candice Warner during an evacuation exercise. 

Tough talk: Merrick decided he'd go and speak to chief instructor Ant Middleton (right), telling him that he and the other recruits had all agreed they could no longer work alongside Firass

Tough talk: Merrick decided he’d go and speak to chief instructor Ant Middleton (right), telling him that he and the other recruits had all agreed they could no longer work alongside Firass 

Merrick decided he’d go and speak to chief instructor Ant Middleton, telling him that he and the other recruits had all agreed they could no longer work alongside Firass. 

‘They are concerned that he sacrifices mission objectives, that he puts us all at risk when we’re on a mission, and his behaviour continually upsets the group, not on a personal level, but on a mission objective level,’ Merrick told the former soldier. 

‘We think that going forward, with missions becoming more complex, with missions becoming more difficult, that he’s not just a weak link, he’s actually a risk to the group.’

Applying pressure: Merrick then returned to the other recruits, and they decided to stage an intervention with Firass, before urging him to quit

Applying pressure: Merrick then returned to the other recruits, and they decided to stage an intervention with Firass, before urging him to quit 

But Ant shut Merrick down, informing him that it wasn’t up to him to decide when Firass should leave the program. 

Merrick then returned to the other recruits, and they decided to stage an intervention with Firass, before urging him to quit. 

‘I think your behaviour dictates your actions and your actions dictate team results, and the team results are bad,’ Merrick told Firass. 

'I think your behaviour dictates your actions and your actions dictate team results, and the team results are bad,' Merrick told Firass

‘I think your behaviour dictates your actions and your actions dictate team results, and the team results are bad,’ Merrick told Firass