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Stu Laundy recalls the moment a junkie at a homeless shelter pulled out a knife in shower room

He’s the millionaire pub baron who lived as a homeless man for 10 days on SBS’ Filthy Rich and Homeless last year, to raise money for charity.

And on Wednesday, Stu Laundy, recalled the scariest moment he faced while living in a homeless refuge saying, he was ‘scared for his life’ after ice addicts ‘wanted to kill’ him. 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the 45-year-old said: ‘A couple of young kids on ice, off their heads took umbrage with a camera following me, and wanted to kill me.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘These two guys were on ice’: Stu Laundy recalled the moment a junkie at a homeless shelter pulled out a knife in a shower room

‘One bloke grabbed a knife, and it was in the shower room. So the cameras and security that they provided, couldn’t go into the shower room.

He continued: ‘I was with one other bloke in a homeless refuge, this guy was on ice, finished his shower and pulled out of his bag a knife, and said ‘Look at this?”

Stu went on to say that he then walked out to speak to the producers of the show and explained his horrific situation.

'A couple of young kids on ice, off their heads took umbrage with a camera following me, and wanted to kill me,' the 45-year-old said

‘A couple of young kids on ice, off their heads took umbrage with a camera following me, and wanted to kill me,’ the 45-year-old said

‘I walked out of there and said to the producers of the show, ”There’s’ four other people in the same predicament as me. This is scary, we don’t want our lives in danger, we are only trying to raise awareness,” so that scared the sh** out of me.’

Meanwhile, he’s set to go head-to-head with professional fighter Sonny Bill Williams in a charity boxing match on Saturday.

The fight hopes to raise money for the The Exodus Foundation, The Bill Crews Charitable Trust and Auckland City Mission. 

'One bloke grabbed a knife, and it was in the shower room. So the cameras and security that they provided, couldn’t go into the shower room'

‘One bloke grabbed a knife, and it was in the shower room. So the cameras and security that they provided, couldn’t go into the shower room’

‘I’m a little nervous as this guy [Sonny Bill Williams] is a world-class athlete. Things could definitely go wrong,’ Stu said.

‘I’m getting a ring with a world-class athlete who could beat the sh** out of me, its very scary, but I couldn’t of said no, the chairty is just too important to say no.’

The fight will take place at the historic Locomotive Workshops at Doltone House, Australian Technology Park.

'I walked out of there and said to the producers of the show, ''There’s’ four other people in the same predicament as me. This is scary, we don’t want our lives in danger, we are only trying to raise awareness,'' so that scared the sh** out of me'

‘I walked out of there and said to the producers of the show, ”There’s’ four other people in the same predicament as me. This is scary, we don’t want our lives in danger, we are only trying to raise awareness,” so that scared the sh** out of me’

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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