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& # 39; They insist that I close my mailbox & # 39 ;: Andy Lee, 38, revealed a new amount of free products that he received from companies on his Instagram on Monday

& # 39; They insist that I close my mailbox & # 39 ;: Andy Lee is giving away free products while again revealing a huge amount of gifts he received … even though he is only an & # 39; influencer & # 39; was like a joke

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He joked about becoming an influencer two years ago to receive free products.

And since then comedian Andy Lee, 38, has had a large number of freebies delivered to his mailbox.

When he went to Instagram on Monday afternoon, the sweet larrikin revealed that he was sent another mountain of goodies.

& # 39; They insist that I close my mailbox & # 39 ;: Andy Lee, 38, revealed a new amount of free products that he received from companies on his Instagram on Monday

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& # 39; They insist that I close my mailbox & # 39 ;: Andy Lee, 38, revealed a new amount of free products that he received from companies on his Instagram on Monday

Sitting on a couch surrounded by nearly two dozen gifts, the former radio presenter said it was a while since he last got the mailbox with & # 39; free stuff & # 39; had checked, who could no longer fit packages.

& # 39; The post office insists that I close it, so that my last release starts in 20 minutes !!! & # 39; read the message.

Half of the Hamish and Andy duo have begun giving away some products to its 170,000 Instagram followers, which so far include a Melbourne Victory football shirt, three pairs of socks, VB tea and cookies and underwear.

To give away! He has started giving away some products to his 170,000 Instagram followers, which so far include a Melbourne Victory football shirt, three pairs of socks, VB tea and cookies and underwear

To give away! He has started giving away some products to his 170,000 Instagram followers, which so far include a Melbourne Victory football shirt, three pairs of socks, VB tea and cookies and underwear

To give away! He has started giving away some products to his 170,000 Instagram followers, which so far include a Melbourne Victory football shirt, three pairs of socks, VB tea and cookies and underwear

In August 2017, Andy launched his Instagram account that was inspired by digital & # 39; influencers & # 39; in an attempt to get hold of free products.

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& # 39; I have noticed that & # 39; get influencers & # 39; free stuff. This account is shamelessly looking for free stuff, things I don't want will be given to followers & # 39 ;, reads the account description.

But instead of sticking to the goods he receives, Andy says that most of it is passed on to charity.

It pays to be a celebrity! In August 2017, Andy launched his Instagram account that was inspired by digital & # 39; influencers & # 39; in an attempt to get hold of free products

It pays to be a celebrity! In August 2017, Andy launched his Instagram account that was inspired by digital & # 39; influencers & # 39; in an attempt to get hold of free products

It pays to be a celebrity! In August 2017, Andy launched his Instagram account that was inspired by digital & # 39; influencers & # 39; in an attempt to get hold of free products

& # 39; Pass on the free stuff at the Royal Children's & # 39; s Hospital. Set up as usual via @challengecancer, & # 39; he wrote a picture of himself with a box full of products.

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& # 39; I have been working with them for over ten years and they are absolutely incredible. & # 39;

Andy will return to TV screens alongside Hamish Blake later this month for their new travel show Perfect Holiday on Channel 9.

Regarding: But instead of sticking to the goods he receives, Andy says that most of it is passed on to charities such as the Royal Children's & # 39; s Hospital

Regarding: But instead of sticking to the goods he receives, Andy says that most of it is passed on to charities such as the Royal Children's & # 39; s Hospital

Regarding: But instead of sticking to the goods he receives, Andy says that most of it is passed on to charities such as the Royal Children's & # 39; s Hospital

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