But Jayden Hunt has obliterated his record.
The Demons halfback parked his car at the spiritual home of footy on July 5 after all AFL teams were ushered out of the Victoria due to the second wave of COVID-19.
AFL star Dustin Martin (pictured) famously ditched his car at the Melbourne Cricket Ground car park for 65 days while celebrating Richmond’s 2019 premiership
Demons half back Jayden Hunt left his car at the MCG on July 5 after all AFL teams were ushered out of the state due to the second wave of COVID-19
Players and staff were ordered to go to the airport immediately and there was no time for Hunt to move his car.
After completing the rest of the AFL season in Queensland, Hunt finally made his way back to Melbourne in the first time in five months as the borders reopened.
On Thursday, he arrived at the MCG and posted a poll to his Instagram asking his followers they think his car would start after sitting untouched for five months.
But his Subaru was as good as new.
‘Well, it wasn’t easy but the old gal pulls through,’ he wrote.
Hunt took to Instagram to ask his followers if they think his car would start after not being touched for five months
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