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Brendan Fevola reveals that he FINALLY removed THE Uber Eats app after earning more than $ 35K

“It’s on Alex’s phone!” Brendan Fevola reveals that he FINALLY removed THE Uber Eats app … after spending more than $ 35,000 on the food delivery service

Brendan Fevola has revealed that he has finally removed the Uber Eats app after spending more than $ 35,000 on the food delivery service.

Talked about his show Fifi, Fev & Byron, the former AFL star said his partner Alex is now in control of what he orders online.

The 39-year-old former Carlton player was apparently in the 0.02 percent of Uber Eats users in Australia.

“It’s on Alex’s phone!” Brendan Fevola has revealed that he has finally removed the Uber Eats app … after spending more than $ 35,000 on the food delivery service

“It’s on Alex’s phone. If it’s a weekend and it’s a Saturday night, we can still order it, but I don’t order, “Brendan said.

Brendan revealed that he ordered Uber Eats up to four times a day.

“We come home at a certain time and I get hungry and you just eat and you eat,” Brendan said.

“I ordered Uber Eats, this is not a word of a lie, at least twice a day, sometimes up to four times because you order it to work.”

Make a change: the former AFL star said about his program Fifi, Fev and Byron that his partner Alex is now in control of what he orders online

Make a change: the former AFL star said about his program Fifi, Fev and Byron that his partner Alex is now in control of what he orders online

Make a change: the former AFL star said about his program Fifi, Fev and Byron that his partner Alex is now in control of what he orders online

Addicted: Brendan revealed that he ordered Uber Eats up to four times a day. Pictured with Alex and their children

Addicted: Brendan revealed that he ordered Uber Eats up to four times a day. Pictured with Alex and their children

Addicted: Brendan revealed that he ordered Uber Eats up to four times a day. Pictured with Alex and their children

“When you get home, take another bite, and then order dessert, then order dinner.”

Brendan describes himself as ‘old school’ and now drives to the takeaway where he wants to order.

Brendan focuses on its health and fitness with the aim of becoming a member of a suburban football competition by 2020.

Last year he discovered that he had spent $ 35,000 on the food app.

In March, the shocking total of five figures was revealed by his co-host Byron in their radio program Fifi, Fev & Byron.

According to Byron, in the 18 months that the app had been running, Fevola had placed 588 orders from 108 different restaurants, placing it among the top 0.02 percent of Uber Eats users in Australia.

“That’s a lot of money, I’m in trouble,” Brendan said at the time.

“I just received a message [from] my ex-wife, now fiance. She just wrote: “I’m getting divorced again!”

Motivated: Brendan focuses on its health and fitness with the aim of participating in a suburban football stadium by 2020

Motivated: Brendan focuses on its health and fitness with the aim of becoming a member of a suburban football competition by 2020

Motivated: Brendan focuses on its health and fitness with the aim of participating in a suburban football stadium by 2020

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