An eagle-eyed MAFS fan has reportedly spotted the show’s Shannon Adams working as an Uber Eats delivery man.

An eagle-eyed fan has spotted MAFS star Shannon working an Uber Eats delivery guy, as reported by So Dramatic! According to a fan who wrote in to the publication, Shannon delivered their order in Victoria on February 12th.

The fan reportedly produced screenshots of the delivery personnel’s profile from Uber Eats, and So Dramatic! confirmed it was Shannon himself.

“Shannon from MAFS just delivered our Uber Eats,” said the caption on the screenshot, which also showed a picture of the star (and a 5-star rating).

While the show first introduced Shannon as a personal trainer, perhaps this new gig is part of Adams ‘working on himself,’ as a source reportedly revealed to So Dramatic! recently.

According to an alleged insider, Shannon has been getting therapy post-MAFS, after his behaviour towards his on-screen wife Caitlin raised some serious issues.

During his stint on MAFS, Shannon confessed to Caitlin that he was still in love with his former fiancée and had hooked up with her a week before filming started. Right after their honeymoon, Shannon also behaved ‘like a total monster,’ telling Caitlin to ‘level up’ and that she wasn’t as pretty as the other brides on the show.

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The breaking point, however, was the ranking challenge – where Shannon ranked Caitlin second among all the brides, and later moved her down to third, leaving her visibly upset.

According to the alleged source, though, Adams realised that his behaviour on the show was less than stellar, and thus had been taking therapy since leaving.

“He realised how badly he behaved on the show and got professional help,” they said.

“He’s actually done three months of solid therapy, he’s been working on himself ever since.” Said the source.

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