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Married at first sight villain Sam Ball looks unrecognizable as he shows off his new look

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Married at first sight villain Sam Ball continues to flaunt his changing looks.

The 29-year-old former reality star showed off his toned biceps and numerous tattoos in a gray T-shirt as he floated around Sydney Airport before his flight to Western Australia on Wednesday.

He also wore a pair of light denim shows that had his legs inked from his thighs to his shins in large text.

Married at first sight villain Sam Ball showed off his new look with a bushy beard and leg tattoos as he roamed Sydney Airport on Wednesday

Sam appeared deep in conversation as he spoke on the phone while carrying a backpack over one shoulder.

He was later seen ordering a meal from a deli while balancing a pair of sunglasses around his neck.

In addition to a black cap, Sam also flaunted his sculpted face and growing beard.

Sam, who famously broke Lizzie Sobinoff’s heart on the 2015 reality show, has been showing off his new look lately.

The 29-year-old former reality star showed off his toned biceps and numerous tattoos in a gray T-shirt

He was seen wandering around Sydney Airport ahead of his flight to Western Australia on Wednesday

The 29-year-old former reality star showed off his toned biceps and numerous tattoos in a gray T-shirt

Sam appeared deep in conversation as he spoke on the phone while carrying a backpack over one shoulder

Sam appeared deep in conversation as he spoke on the phone while carrying a backpack over one shoulder

The Army recruit was Public Enemy No. 1 during the sixth season of MAFS when he shamed his “wife” Lizzie on their wedding day.

Last year he revealed his pride at being accepted into the Royal Australian Regiment.

“Every time I put on this uniform, I can’t help but be proud of who I am and what it represents to me,” he wrote.

He also wore a pair of light denim shows that had his legs inked from his thighs to his shins in large text

He also wore a pair of light denim shows that had his legs inked from his thighs to his shins in large text

He was later seen ordering a meal from a deli while balancing a pair of sunglasses around his neck

He was later seen ordering a meal from a deli while balancing a pair of sunglasses around his neck

Ball graduated from the Kapooka Army Recruit Training program in Canberra.

The huge tattoos on Sam’s legs have baffled fans before, with many saying they just couldn’t figure out what was on them.

“I’ve been trying to figure out what the tatts on your legs say for ages,” one follower responded under a photo of Sam from 2020.

“Looks like he lost a bet,” another wrote rather unkindly, while a third fan snapped, “This makes my other life decisions look great.”

The huge tattoos on Sam's legs have baffled fans before, with many saying they just can't figure out what it says

The huge tattoos on Sam’s legs have baffled fans before, with many saying they just can’t figure out what it says

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“I’ve been trying to figure out what the tatts on your legs say for a long time,” a follower responded under a photo of Sam from 2020

A fourth added: ‘Not sure [what it says] but it looks like he’s been drawn on his own legs with permanent marker.’

While many trolls are critical of the tattoos, it’s important to remember that the body art may hold special meaning to Sam.

The tattoos can be a tribute to his cultural heritage, or in memory of someone who has passed away. The design can also be unfinished.

Ball was Public Enemy No. 1 during the sixth season of MAFS when he shamed his 'wife' Lizzie Sobinoff (left) on their wedding day

Ball was Public Enemy No. 1 during the sixth season of MAFS when he shamed his ‘wife’ Lizzie Sobinoff (left) on their wedding day

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