December 9, 2022

Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogr were unhappy with their builders on Tuesday’s episode of The Block.

The controversial participants unleashed a foul-mouthed tirade, calling the workmen “lazy.”

“Then we have those builders who are idiots,” Sharon exulted, after Ankur claimed that he had worked so hard that he had lost 11 kilos.

Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogr were unhappy with their builders on Tuesday’s episode of The Block. The controversial participants unleashed a foul-mouthed tirade, calling the workmen “lazy.” Both pictured

“They’re holes,” Ankur snapped as the couple sat in their car.

“Actually they’re lazy, they don’t want to work after 5:00 pm, one of them doesn’t want to work on Saturdays, whatever,” Sharon continued.

“They expect us to paint an eight-foot ceiling, and if it’s not painted properly, they’ll be disappointed with the result.”

“They’re holes,” Ankur snapped as the couple sat in their car. “Basically they’re lazy, they don’t want to work after 5pm, one of them doesn’t want to work on Saturdays, whatever,” Sharon said.

The builders said the couple had unrealistic expectations, to which Ankur snapped, “I was like, ‘Oh, go f***ed,’ he said.

It comes after Sharon continued to criticize her “rogue operation” on the Channel Nine show.

The former Neighbors star, 35, said her life in the public eye is now very different after she and her husband Ankur were edited to look like the bad guys.

It Comes After Sharon Kept Her ‘Villain Edit’ On The Channel Nine Show

“I’ve played villains in my acting career and they’re always fun, but no, we don’t think of ourselves as villains — and neither do everyone who knows us,” she said. TV week.

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Sharon also called out the producers for their dirty tricks, after private conversations between the pair – which were picked up by the microphones attached to their clothes – were “played back and used in a storyline.”

She went on to destroy the horrific working conditions the teams had to endure on the spot.

“I’ve played villains in my acting career and they’re always fun, but no, we don’t think of ourselves as villains — and neither does anyone who knows us,” she told TV Week.

“We were tired of non-stop work, lack of sleep, no days off, not always eating right, freezing cold and sometimes not having access to hot showers,” she said.

Sharon insisted she and Ankur are “everyday Australians” and “real” people, despite their negative image, which has led to them being inundated with racial abuse on social media.

The Melbourne couple admitted it had been “hard” to look back on their “dark” experience.

“It was dark but it was tough for the show and we came through stronger than ever,” Ankur, 45, recently told the Daily Mail Australia.

The Melbourne couple admitted it had been ‘difficult’ to look back on their ‘dark’ experience