After 36-year-old Warwick walked out, he copped a lot of backlash from viewers for basically "ghosting" Angie and not saying goodbye to her.
However, it's now been revealed that Network Ten actually edited out the scene where he says his farewell.
Warwick shared a photo of him hugging Angie goodbye as he got into the car, commenting, "When you 'ghost' the Bachelorette."
His comment is an obvious jab at producers manipulating his storyline.
"I'm f***ing over it," Warwick screamed at the cocktail party before leaving the show, not impressed with the costume he was chosen for the photoshoot at the group date.
"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 said in a piece to camera.
After his tantrum, he claimed the producers had gone "too far" with the chicken joke, deciding that while he is one to usually joke around, he doesn't when the joke is on him.
After he 'left', a very shocked and confused Angie told the camera, "even the Bachelorette can get ghosted".
We guess you really can't believe everything you see on TV.