Pete Evans shows off his very slender frame as he washes his feet at Bondi Beach 


Controversial celebrity chef Pete Evans shows off his very slender frame in a grey towel as he washes his feet at Bondi Beach after launching a VERY expensive ‘fasting retreat’

Pete Evans has kept his head down the last few years after a series of scandals derailed his multi-million dollar career as a celebrity chef.

But the former My Kitchen Rules judge, 50, was spotted at Bondi Beach on Saturday after he vanished into obscurity after sparking backlash for being sceptical of the Covid vaccine and lockdowns.

The former reality TV star showed off his svelte frame as he rinsed the sand off his feet after taking a dip in the cool ocean.

Pete Evans, 50, (pictured) has kept his head down the last few years after a series of scandals derailed his multi-million dollar career as a celebrity chef

Pete Evans, 50, (pictured) has kept his head down the last few years after a series of scandals derailed his multi-million dollar career as a celebrity chef

With a grey towel wrapped around his waist, Evans slicked his dark locks back beneath a black Evolve cap.

As he turned this way and that to thoroughly wash his feet, the controversial chef carried a maroon shirt and mobile phone in his hand. 

It comes after Evans was ruthlessly mocked for his recent comeback venture and the huge amounts he’s charging fans for courses. 

But the former My Kitchen Rules judge was spotted at Bondi Beach on Saturday after he vanished into obscurity following his controversial anti-vaxxer comments

But the former My Kitchen Rules judge was spotted at Bondi Beach on Saturday after he vanished into obscurity following his controversial anti-vaxxer comments

The reality television star showed off his svelte frame as he rinsed the sand off his feet after taking a dip in the cool ocean

The reality television star showed off his svelte frame as he rinsed the sand off his feet after taking a dip in the cool ocean

A ‘fasting retreat’, where participants pay $2,500 to ‘not eat’, has come in for particularly strong criticism and a healthy dose of scepticism.

After being banned from mainstream social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram, Evans now communicates with his fans through Telegram – an encrypted messaging app often used by conspiracy theorists to broadcast their beliefs.

‘Hey I’ve got a quick update for you, we’re going to be launching another fasting retreat late February so we’ll probably announce that either tonight or tomorrow or put it up on the website, so if anyone’s keen on coming, we’d love to have you,’ Evans said on Telegram.

With a grey towel wrapped around his waist, Evans slicked his dark locks back beneath a black Evolve cap

With a grey towel wrapped around his waist, Evans slicked his dark locks back beneath a black Evolve cap

As he turned this way and that to thoroughly wash his feet, the conspiracy theorist carried a maroon shirt and mobile phone in his hand

Evans kept a grey towel wrapped tightly around his waist

As he turned this way and that to thoroughly wash his feet, the conspiracy theorist carried a maroon shirt and mobile phone in his hand

‘Our guests are into day four of their fast at the moment and they went through a breathwork ceremony this morning and it’s pretty special.

‘We’ve had some wonderful transformations happening so yeah love to see you all I’ll put the details in a post tonight, see ya.’

$1,500 will get you a place on a two-night ‘Breathwork Retreat’ in early February, but that might be a bargain compared to the $2,750 it costs for a two-night ‘Wellness Retreat’ at the $1million centre near Byron Bay in northern NSW he bought in 2021.

It comes after Evans was ruthlessly mocked for his recent comeback venture and the huge amounts he's charging for courses

It comes after Evans was ruthlessly mocked for his recent comeback venture and the huge amounts he’s charging for courses

A 'fasting retreat', where participants pay $2,500 to 'not eat', has come in for particularly strong criticism and a healthy dose of scepticism

A ‘fasting retreat’, where participants pay $2,500 to ‘not eat’, has come in for particularly strong criticism and a healthy dose of scepticism

It’s not known how much money his call for customers has raised, but he has certainly raised a few laughs, and heckles.

‘I wonder if these mugs wake up on day two. Take a few really deep breaths. And realise they have been taken for fools,’ said one commenter on the Blocked by Pete Evans Facebook page.

‘Even if they realise it was a crock of crap they would still tell all their friends how amazing it all was,’ said another.

After being banned from mainstream social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram, Evans now communicates with his fans through Telegram - an encrypted messaging app often used by conspiracy theorists to broadcast their beliefs

After being banned from mainstream social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram, Evans now communicates with his fans through Telegram – an encrypted messaging app often used by conspiracy theorists to broadcast their beliefs

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