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Anti-vaxxer celebrity chef Pete Evans dances with a dog in bizarre footage

Anti-vaxxer celebrity chef Pete Evans was busy sharing false claims that COVID-19 is ‘less deadly that the flu’ on social media over the weekend.

But on Monday, the celebrity chef, 47, took a break from bizarro world and enjoyed a night in with his wife, former glamour model Nicola Robinson.

New Zealand-born Nicola, 41, later shared a bizarre video of her husband dancing with their black fluffy dog, Shikoba.








Family night in! Pete Evans' wife Nicola Robinson shared bizarre video of the celebrity chef dancing with their dog on Monday night

Family night in! Pete Evans’ wife Nicola Robinson shared bizarre video of the celebrity chef dancing with their dog on Monday night

In the clip, the former My Kitchen Rules star can be seen holding their pooch in his arms and swaying side to side along to the song.

He also appears to be wearing a beanie with a scarf around their face.

Meanwhile, beside Nicola, Pete’s teenage daughters Chilli and Indii can be heard play fighting. 

Pete then places their dog on top of a Djembe drum to show off his dance moves.

Swaying to the beat: In the clip, the former My Kitchen Rules star can be seen holding their pooch, named Shikoba, in his arms and swaying side to side along to the song

Swaying to the beat: In the clip, the former My Kitchen Rules star can be seen holding their pooch, named Shikoba, in his arms and swaying side to side along to the song

Boogie night! Pete then places their dog on top of a Djembe drum (left) to show off his dance moves (right)

Boogie night! Pete then places their dog on top of a Djembe drum (left) to show off his dance moves (right)

Boogie night! Pete then places their dog on top of a Djembe drum (left) to show off his dance moves (right) 

Their family night in comes after Pete shared dangerous fake news memes about the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday.

One of the memes claimed that, ‘There is NO pandemic’ and that the virus is, ‘less deadly than the flu’.

Alongside it, Pete asked his 249,000 followers: ‘True or false or somewhere in between?’

Fake news: It comes after Pete shared dangerous fake news memes about the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday. One of the memes claimed that, 'There is NO pandemic' and that the virus is, 'less deadly than the flu'

Fake news: It comes after Pete shared dangerous fake news memes about the COVID-19 pandemic on Saturday. One of the memes claimed that, ‘There is NO pandemic’ and that the virus is, ‘less deadly than the flu’

The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11.

Around 3.4 per cent of COVID-19 cases have died globally, compared to less than one per cent of seasonal flu cases. 

The controversial anti-vaxxer supporter made headlines for suggesting he was immune to COVID-19.

Controversial: Pete made headlines for suggesting he was immune to COVID-19 during his interview with Liz Hayes on 60 Minutes (pictured). He said: 'Am I fearful of COVID-19, if I came into contact with anybody [who has it]? No I'm not'

Controversial: Pete made headlines for suggesting he was immune to COVID-19 during his interview with Liz Hayes on 60 Minutes (pictured). He said: ‘Am I fearful of COVID-19, if I came into contact with anybody [who has it]? No I’m not’

Pete made the bizarre claim during his interview with Liz Hayes on 60 Minutes – but his statements were edited out of the version that went to air.

In the full interview, uploaded to his YouTube account, Pete said: ‘We know there’s a flu that goes around, whatever strain or mutation or whatever that is, who knows? I’ve never had a flu vaccine because I’m not concerned about catching a flu.’

He added: ‘And am I fearful of COVID-19, if I came into contact with anybody [who has it]? No I’m not, because I believe in who I am and my ability to stay as healthy as I can through anything.’

Skeptic: During his interview, Pete also revealed he was skeptical of whether the spread of coronavirus actually constituted a pandemic. 'There seems to be more and more information that comes out that is conflicting,' he said, attempting to justify his conspiracy theory

Skeptic: During his interview, Pete also revealed he was skeptical of whether the spread of coronavirus actually constituted a pandemic. ‘There seems to be more and more information that comes out that is conflicting,’ he said, attempting to justify his conspiracy theory

During his interview, Pete also revealed he was skeptical of whether the spread of coronavirus actually constituted a pandemic.

‘There seems to be more and more information that comes out that is conflicting,’ he said, attempting to justify his conspiracy theory.

While 104 people have died in Australia from the coronavirus, more than 6,958 of the 7,593 diagnosed cases have recovered.

History of Pete Evans’ controversies

October 2014: Pete claims the Paleo diet can prevent autism

March 2015: His book is pulled from shelves due to its bone broth recipe for infants

July 2016: Pete claims vegan women should eat meat during pregnancy, advises against wearing ‘normal’ sunscreen, and claims Wi-Fi is ‘dangerous’ 

August 2016: He says osteoporosis suffers shouldn’t eat dairy

September 2016: Pete claims camel milk could supplement breastfeeding 

April 2017: Pete campaigns against the ‘mass fluoridation of public water’

December 2018: Pete reveals he looks directly into the sun

April 2020: Pete’s ketogenic recipe book is slammed by health professionals and he is fined for promoting his ‘healing lamp’ 

May 2020: Reveals he is an anti-vaxxer during Kyle And Jackie O radio interview 

June 2020: Shares his conspiracy theories about COVID-19 on 60 Minutes

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