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Grant Denyer’s shares his day in HELL including freak lightning incident and dropping his iPad in the bath… after doctors said he’ll die if he doesn’t change his lifestyle

Grant Denyer went through his own day in hell on Thursday after nothing seemed to go right for him. 

The 45-year-old Along For The Ride podcaster documented his bad day on Instagram, listing everything that went wrong. 

Sharing a photo of himself looking wide-eyed and disheveled, Denyer captioned the post: ‘Today can eat a bag of d*cks: A water pipe blew, podcast equipment failed, lost an entire podcast record and got crook.’

Grant Denyer (pictured) went through his own day in hell on Thursday after nothing seemed to go right for him. The 45-year-old Along For The Ride podcaster documented his bad day on Instagram, listing everything that went wrong

Grant Denyer (pictured) went through his own day in hell on Thursday after nothing seemed to go right for him. The 45-year-old Along For The Ride podcaster documented his bad day on Instagram, listing everything that went wrong

The Family Feud host, who shares daughters Scout, Sailor and Sunday with wife Chezzi, continued: ‘My water bore blew up (lightening strike), Sailor’s iPad broke, she dropped MY iPad in the bath, 2 dead iPads and baby has conjunctivitis.’

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‘Mum leaves me & the girls tomorrow for a 3 day retreat. Yikes.’

It comes just days after Denyer revealed his doctors warned him he was going to die if he didn’t change his lifestyle.

Between a blown waterpipe, failing equipment and broken iPods, the television personality didn't seem able to pull himself together

Between a blown waterpipe, failing equipment and broken iPods, the television personality didn’t seem able to pull himself together

He said he ‘could do whatever I wanted from wherever I wanted,’ following his success on TV but living a whirlwind life impacted his health and he ended up with chronic fatigue syndrome.

‘I wasn’t listening to my body; I had massive chronic fatigue,’ he said on his Along for the Ride podcast.

He continued: ‘There was a point there where I went to the doctor and they examined my organs and tested them all and said they were running at about seven per cent.’

It comes just days after Denyer revealed his doctors warned him he was going to die if he didn't change his lifestyle

It comes just days after Denyer revealed his doctors warned him he was going to die if he didn’t change his lifestyle

He said he 'could do whatever I wanted from wherever I wanted,' following his success on TV but living a whirlwind life impacted his health and he ended up with chronic fatigue syndrome

He said he ‘could do whatever I wanted from wherever I wanted,’ following his success on TV but living a whirlwind life impacted his health and he ended up with chronic fatigue syndrome

‘And they said, ‘If you don’t do something, drastically, you’re going to die, and soon.’ That’s when I was like, ‘Holy s**t, this is serious, I need to do something about this.”

Grant explained how he ‘forgot about success and ratings’ and started to focus on his health.

The former Sunrise weatherman said in July he struggles with the ‘fear of not being good enough’ but has developed effective coping strategies.

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Grant, a two-time Dancing with the Stars winner, said in a frank Instagram post: ‘I’m flawed, I have many weaknesses, I struggle.

‘I am a work in progress. I suffer from perfectionism but with stuff like meditation or self-improvement I don’t aim for perfection, just progress. That is enough.’

'I wasn't listening to my body; I had massive chronic fatigue,' he said on his Along for the Ride podcast. 'There was a point there where I went to the doctor and they examined my organs and tested them all and said they were running at about seven per cent'

‘I wasn’t listening to my body; I had massive chronic fatigue,’ he said on his Along for the Ride podcast. ‘There was a point there where I went to the doctor and they examined my organs and tested them all and said they were running at about seven per cent’

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