Let me be clear: There is absolutely no excuse – none whatsoever – for anyone to ever learn or be told their total Uber Eats lifetime spend. It is cruel and unusual punishment. It is needless and unnecessary. It is a cursed fact that should be kept locked away forever.
That said Brendan Fevola has apparently spent a house deposit on the app over the past coupla years and that is *extremely* good shit.
Fevola’s Fox FM co-host Byron Cooke went above and beyond earlier today to stitch the former AFL champion right the hell up by communicating with Uber Eats officials to get access to order history and revealing the lifetime app spend of both Fev and fellow host Fifi Box live on-air.
Box got away reasonably lightly, having spent roughly $2,600 on 54 total orders since April 2016.
Fevola, however, learned he’d spent the equivalent of a brand new Hyundai Elantra on getting food trucked in.
Cooke revealed that, since April 2016, Fevola had spent a staggering $35,500 on 588 Uber Eats orders, at an average of roughly $60 per order.
That puts Fev in the top 0.02% of all Uber Eats users in Australia.
For those of you keeping score at home, Fevola’s most-frequented Uber Eats destinations include Hiro Sushi Bar, Pantry Dining Room, In A Pickle Deli, Akiya Japanese Restaurant, and Bensons on Martin, all of which are in Brighton.
So there you go. You may be worried about the sheer amount of cash you’ve been dropping on Uber Eats over the years, but as long as you can keep it under Fev levels I reckon you’re gonna be ok.