Who’s bad in episode two of The Amazing Race Australia?

Not only has Joey shown what she can do to edge her way to reach every pit stop, she and husband Joey has apparently been taking the competition even to the social networking sites.
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Married contestants Richard and Joey from New South Wales are growing unpopular at the very early stage of the race of The Amazing Race Australia.

Not only has Joey shown what she can do to edge her way to reach every pit stop, she and husband Joey has apparently been taking the competition even to the social networking sites.

Fellow contestant Mel Greig according to a report by AdelaideNow.Com.au has reportedly been dropped by the married couple on their Facebook page.

"Was just de-friended by the yellow team aka focus believe achieve, let's hope we don't have another Amazing Race party to go to . . . i'll need a whole team of fighting monkeys to take on those gym freaks," Mel from South Australia was quoted as posting on her Facebook account said AdelaideNow.com.au.

Mel also hinted that the couple had already played their dirty tricks on the second episode as she wrote to her account: "Seriously they are so bad in episode 2 they back stab us hardcore."

On the first episode of the local version of The Amazing Race Australia, Richard and Joey had shown what to expect from them as long as they are in the game. At least, it was Joey.

On their way to Lombok, Indonesia, in one of the legs of the race, the contestants were tasked to look for their clue on the boats lined up at the fishing village in Indonesia.

While the first few contestants have told the others where to find the clues, beginning with Tyler and Nathan who then paid it forward to models Sam and Renae, Joey admitted on camera that she had to make sure the clues would not be easily seen by those after her and husband Richard.

Looking at the camera laughing, Joey illustrated how she hid the clue and pinned it down the innerboat, covering them with nets making it hard for fellow racers to find them.

The married couple who joined the competition bringing with them a three-word slogan - - focus, believe and achieve - - barely made it to the first pit stop of the race as they were the tenth team to reach the first destination in Lombok, Indonesia.

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Click the video to see the 11 teams competing on The Amazing Race Australia as they reached the first pit stop in Lombok, Indonesia.

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