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Rarely seen, disgraced chef Pete Evans reveals his latest wild hairstyle as he goes underwearless in disturbing video of him dancing at sunrise

By Monique Friedlander for Daily Mail Australia

03:17 May 9, 2024, updated 03:17 May 9, 2024

A disturbing video of Pete Evans performing a bizarre sunrise dance has sparked new concerns.

The disgraced celebrity chef, 51, who has disappeared from public life in recent years due to his actions controversial views on Covid-19 and bizarre conspiracy theoriesmade a rare appearance on his wife Nicola’s Instagram page on Thursday.

In the clip, the former My Kitchen Rules judge is seen pottering around the edge of his Byron Bay estate before performing a strange dance.

It starts with Pete debuting a bizarre mohawk-inspired ponytail as he marches through his backyard wearing a black T-shirt with the word “Bokchoy” on it, next to a Playboy bunny logo with leaves for ears.

Pete wore no underwear and tucked his T-shirt into a pair of black sweatpants that sat high on his waist.

Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans, 51, (pictured) made a rare and bizarre appearance on his wife Nicola’s Instagram page on Thursday

“Honey, I can’t even do that,” former New Zealand glamor model Nicola giggled from behind the camera.

Smiling proudly, Pete made his way to the top of a hill overlooking the picturesque hinterland of Byron Bay before embarking on a disturbing, hip-shaking dance.

‘Move your spine! Move your hip!’ he shouted in a growling voice as he moved his body violently back and forth.

In the clip, the former My Kitchen Rules judge is seen parading along the edge of his Byron Bay estate before performing a strange dance.
It starts with Pete debuting a bizarre mohawk-inspired ponytail as he marches through his backyard wearing a black T-shirt with the word “Bokchoy” on it, next to a Playboy bunny logo with leaves for ears.

Pete then approached the camera and declared, “That’s how I roll,” before performing a series of martial arts-inspired moves.

Nicola wrote of her husband in the caption: ‘If you know Pete well, you know he flows through life with a lot of humorous authenticity. He’s really for it, ALL you know, and he makes me laugh every day with his quick wit and funny skits.

She then explained that Pete “took some of the p*ss” out of her “first light” routine.

Smiling proudly, Pete made his way to the top of a hill overlooking the picturesque hinterland of Byron Bay before embarking on a disturbing, hip-shaking dance.

‘He has also been asked a lot lately: ‘What is your morning routine, Piet?’ To which he replies, “I don’t have one!” So I guess if he had one it might look like this. In reality he has a devotional practice, it’s just amazing.’

Heaping more praise on her husband, she added, “THe is the beautiful man I travel with, he is the wise and fearless protector of our entire family.”

“He’s so free, so light in his being and he’s so full of trust and acceptance and love, and every day with him is built on uniqueness because that’s how he rolls.”

Pete then approached the camera and declared, “That’s how I roll,” before performing a series of martial arts-inspired moves

Pete has maintained a low profile since being dropped by 15 sponsors and companies in 48 hours in November 2020 after posting a neo-Nazi meme on social media.

He has also faced a series of controversies in recent years.

The once-popular TV star has been criticized for airing anti-vaccine conspiracies. He was fined $25,000 for refurbishing a light machine that he claimed helped cure Covid.

Pete (pictured with wife Nicola) has adopted a low profile since being dropped by 15 sponsors and companies in 48 hours in November 2020 after posting a neo-Nazi meme on social media

In May 2020, it was announced that Pete had parted ways with Channel Seven after 10 years as a judge on My Kitchen Rules alongside Manu Feildel and guest judge Colin Fassnidge.

It effectively marked his break from the mainstream after years of flirting with unusual ideas during his tenure at the network.

Free from the contractual constraints of mainstream network television, Evans began expressing his non-scientific views on vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic on social media.

The once-popular TV star has been criticized for airing anti-vaccine conspiracies. He was fined $25,000 for refurbishing a light machine he claimed helped cure Covid

In July 2020, Evans sparked outrage when he falsely claimed that Covid-19 was a “bloody hoax” and that the pandemic “doesn’t compare to what’s happening in the world on a massive scale.”

In May 2021, he was fined $80,000 for trying to cash in on Covid again by selling even more fake treatments online.

It was his second run-in with authorities after previously being fined $25,000 for trying to sell his so-called BioCharger for $15,000 each on Facebook.

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