Refusing to wear a chicken costume during a fun-filled group date, Bachelorette fans were left in a state of shock when an angry Warwick Adams upped and left before Thursday night's rose ceremony.
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While many viewers slammed the "rude" 36-year-old for storming out of the mansion without informing Angie he'd quit, he's since revealed he did say goodbye to her, however, Network 10 producers edited out their final interaction.
Sharing a photo of himself hugging the former Gogglebox Australia star goodbye as the cameraman filmed their final encounter, the controversial contestant sarcastically captioned the picture: "When you 'ghost' the Bachelorette."
Last week's episode suggested Warwick had ditched Angie after his rivals poked fun of his farm animal costume. Furious that he was being mocked, he left the group date in a fit of rage screaming "I'm f***ing over it."
"As soon as I got handed the chicken, I just feel like it's not the way that I'm gonna meet the person that I will fall in love with in my life," he announced in a piece to camera.
After kicking up a stink, he informed producers that his co-stars had gone "too far" with the joke, and could no longer cope with the banter. When he didn't turn up to the cocktail party, a confused Angie said: "even the Bachelorette can get ghosted".
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