Legendary rocker Rod Stewart has been spotted shopping at Bunnings in Sydney’s Balgowlah.
The 78-year-old, who just wrapped up his tour down under, was seen in all white when he popped over to Sydney’s Northern Beaches perhaps in search of the store’s famed sausage sizzle before learning the snags are a weekend-only affair.
One man posted a photo of the British star with staff, paired with the caption, “Rod Stewart spotted at Bunnings in Balgowlah feeling somewhat disappointed to hear that they only do snags in bread on the w/e.”
The tweet, originally posted to the Manly Observer, received a fair bit of attention.
One comment read, “Road crew sent him out to pick up some gaffer tape apparently,” complete with a winky face emoji.
Another Twitter user explained this wasn’t the first time Stewart has been spotted out and about in Sydney of late, writing, “He was spotted all the way out in Pendle Hill the other day. Apparently he’s a bit of a train model enthusiast and popped into the store.”
In a Facebook post, Stewart was seen visiting Woodpecker Railways, a small family-run shop in New South Wales.
In an interview with 3AW he revealed he is quite the fan of Bunnings.
“I love Bunnings,” he said. “I found this particular angled wood that you can’t get in England so I’m trying to get it to England, but we haven’t found our way to do it yet.”
Stewart is just another celeb to join the list of Bunnings lovers.
Fellow Brit Harry Styles was spotted wearing the classic Bunnings hat on stage during his Australian tour, while Ryan Gosling and Sydney Sweeney have been pictured with Bunnings umbrellas while filming in Sydney.
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This article first appeared on Over60.