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The Block teams call for a financial audit of Omar and Oz .’s ENTIRE house

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The Block teams are calling for a financial audit of the ENTIRE home of Omar and Oz as the ‘untrustworthy dealers’ are accused of violating the ’50 percent discount rule’

Omar and Oz sink deeper and deeper into hot water after all of The Block’s teams call for a financial audit to make sure there’s no more ‘dodgy deal’.

The Western Sydney partners were disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after “robbing” a baby grand piano, which costs $36,000, to $7,500.

One of The Block’s rules states that contestants must pay at least 50 percent of the retail value of each item they purchase, which the couple finally settled on Monday night by coughing up the extra $10,000 so they could keep the piano.

Omar and Oz sink ever deeper into hot water after all of The Block’s teams call for a financial audit to make sure there’s no more ‘dodgy deal’

However, it seems the other couples weren’t happy – especially Sarah-Jane, who took the floor and called for an audit.

“On that subject, I was wondering if I could call a corporate body now,” she said during the Winners are Grinners dinner at Rachel and Ryan’s house.

She continued, “I’d like to mention a financial audit because if people didn’t know there was a 50 percent rule, who else realized it?”

Western Sydney's partners were disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after they 'pushed' a baby grand piano, which costs $36,000, to $7,500

Western Sydney’s partners were disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after they ‘pushed’ a baby grand piano, which costs $36,000, to $7,500

It seems the other couples weren't happy - especially Sarah-Jane (pictured), who took the floor and called for an audit

It seems the other couples weren’t happy – especially Sarah-Jane (pictured), who took the floor and called for an audit

Sarah-Jane and Tom made sure not to call individuals and suggested they wanted everyone’s books checked.

However, the other couples had no problem telling the producers who they thought should be checked.

“Yeah, I really think Omar and Oz have things to hide. It makes no sense,’ Rachel said. “A lot of what they’ve done and accomplished makes no sense.”

Sarah-Jane and Tom were careful not to call individuals, suggesting they wanted everyone's books checked

Sarah-Jane and Tom were careful not to call individuals, suggesting they wanted everyone’s books checked

Omar and Oz weren't delusional about who the target was either, as they laughed during their confession and said,

Omar and Oz weren’t delusional about who the target was either, as they laughed during their confession and said, “I wonder who that was!” Despite this, they seemed at ease when they raised their hands to vote for financial control along with everyone else

Omar and Oz weren’t delusional about who the target was either, as they laughed during their confession and said, “I wonder who that was!”

Despite this, they seemed at ease when they raised their hands to vote for financial control along with everyone else.

When producers later asked them if they were “dodgy,” they avoided the question and asked, “What is dodgy?”

Omar and Oz were bitterly disappointed when they were disqualified on Sunday.  The boys delivered a near-perfect room and the judges praised them, but it wasn't long before they received deafening applause from host Scott Cam over their heavily discounted piano.

Omar and Oz were bitterly disappointed when they were disqualified on Sunday. The boys delivered a near-perfect room and the judges praised them, but it wasn’t long before they received deafening applause from host Scott Cam over their heavily discounted piano.

Omar and Oz were bitterly disappointed when they were disqualified on Sunday.

The boys delivered a near-perfect room and the judges praised them, but it wasn’t long before they received deafening applause from host Scott Cam over their heavily discounted piano.

The boys were penalized with a three point deduction, taking their overall score from 28.5 to 25.5 out of 30, effectively disqualifying the pair.

The Block airs Sundays at 7pm and Monday to Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel Nine and 9Now

The boys were penalized with a three point deduction, taking their overall score from 28.5 to 25.5 out of 30, effectively disqualifying the pair

The boys were penalized with a three point deduction, taking their overall score from 28.5 to 25.5 out of 30, effectively disqualifying the pair

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