Footy broadcaster proves he’s the ‘ultimate good bloke’ after disaster at Bunnings

  • Gerard Whateley proved he is the ‘ultimate good bloke’ 
  • The footy broadcaster bumped into another car at Bunnings 
  • He waited two hours to speak with the other car owner 

Gerard Whateley has been labelled the ‘ultimate good bloke’ after revealing his role in an encounter in a Bunnings carpark.

The footy broadcaster, who hosts AFL 360 on Fox Footy, told of how he hit another car on a trip to the store.

However, he opted to wait for two hours in the carpark for the owner to return and exchange details. 

‘I can’t believe you sat there for two hours, that’s the ultimate good bloke test,’ Collingwood legend Nathan Buckley said on Whateley’s SEN radio show on Tuesday. 

‘Why didn’t you just leave a note. You did not think of that?’

Gerard Whateley has been labelled the ‘ultimate good bloke’

Whateley said he never considered leaving a note at the time. 

‘It was a total moral dilemma. Because I’m sitting there going, if I leave how’s that going to look,’ he said.

‘I ducked in and did the shopping I had to do. If I miss here it’s going to be really bad. I didn’t think to grab the pen and paper at Bunnings and put it on the windscreen.’