‘He is finger lickin’ good’: ‘Australia’s hottest delivery driver’ is accidentally uncovered by a gamer when he delivers her KFC in the middle of a live stream
- George Davey works as a Menulog delivery driver and lives in Sydney
- He delivered KFC to Australian gaming sensation ‘Loserfruit’ aka Kathleen
- When he appeared in her Twitch stream her followers were enamoured by him
- The 30-year-old has since had comments about being the next Bachelor on TV
A food delivery driver has taken the internet by storm after delivering a famous online gamer her KFC order while she was in the middle of a live stream.
George Davey, who works for Menulog in Sydney, visited the home of Kathleen, who is known online as ‘Loserfruit’, in the middle of one of her gaming sessions – only to be greeted with compliments by her fans.
‘George is finger licking good,’ one person commented on the Twitch feed, which acts like a live stream for video game tutorials.
George Davey (pictured), who works full-time for Menulog in Sydney, visited the home of Kathleen (left) and immediately captured the hearts of women around the world
‘He is handsome’ and ‘Marry me, George’ were some of the other flattering remarks that flooded the feed.
Kathleen, who has been gaming online since she was 13 and has over 1.5 million followers watching her play Fortnite and Call of Duty daily, was astounded by the reaction.
Her special guest, who was wearing the traditional green Menulog uniform with a hat, charmingly smiled at the camera and handed over her food.
‘He is handsome’ and ‘Marry me, George’ were some of the other flattering remarks
He said customers are generally ‘quite happy to see me’ but puts that down to the fact they’re having delicious food delivered right to their doorstep
Who is Loserfruit?
Kathleen, 25, who goes by the name Loserfruit, is a video game streamer who plays games like Fortnite, League of Legends and Call of Duty.
She’s also accrued more than 1.2 million subscribers on ‘TheLoserfruit’ YouTube channel.
She was born in Melbourne, Australia.
‘I had no idea that I would actually make an appearance on Loserfruit’s live streaming video but it ended up being a really exciting and fun experience,’ George later told FEMAIL.
He said customers are generally ‘quite happy to see me’ but puts that down to the fact they’re having food delivered right to their doorstep.
‘This is the first time I have been shared on social media so I haven’t ever had attention like this before,’ George said.
‘They think all the attention is going to go to my head but I think it’s just all a bit of fun,’ he said of his 15 minutes of fame
To his embarrassment, George’s friends and family have been shown the footage since it went online two weeks ago.
‘They think all the attention is going to go to my head but I think it’s just all a bit of fun,’ he said of his 15 minutes of fame.
‘I’ve had a lot of comments about being the next Bachelor so yes, I’m single.’