Influencer Sarah’s Day continues to shock fans with her bizarre antics as she eats an entire three-course meal in her $200,000 luxury car

A wealthy Sydney influencer is continuing to shock fans with her bizarre social media posts.

Sarah Stevenson, known as Sarah’s Day online, took to Instagram on Monday to share a video of herself eating an entire three-course dinner from a local Italian restaurant in the confinements of her Range Rover Sport, which ranges from $143,600 to $197,700.

In the video, Sarah chowed down on a garlic sourdough pizza, lamb meatballs were with cheese and a rocket salad.

‘My unpopular opinion… I don’t really like pizza. I’m more of a burger girl,’ she said in the clip.

The odd video raised eyebrows among fans, who shared their opinions in the comments of her post.

Sarah Stevenson, known as Sarah’s Day online, shared a video of herself eating an entire three-course dinner from a local Italian restaurant in the confinements of her $150,000 Range Rover

‘Everything about this gives me anxiety…. eating in the car…esp tomato sauce!? Yikes!’ one follower wrote.

‘Brave of you to eat that in your car,’ added another. 

‘Has an entire dinner in the car? LOVE. This is so relatable!’ someone else commented.

It comes after Sarah unleashed on her own fans for correcting the way she pronounces a well known designer brand.

In the video, Sarah chowed down on a garlic sourdough pizza, lamb meatballs that were stuffed with cheese, and a rocket salad

In the video, Sarah chowed down on a garlic sourdough pizza, lamb meatballs that were stuffed with cheese, and a rocket salad

Taking to Instagram Stories on Sunday to show off her outfit before heading out for dinner with a friend, the mother-of-three posed holding two handbags by Spanish luxury fashion house Loewe, pronouncing the brand ‘Low-ee’.

Fashion-savvy fans immediately flooded Sarah’s inbox with messages informing her that the correct pronunciation is actually ‘Lo-weh-vay’. 

This clearly struck a nerve for Sarah, who returned to Instagram Stories with a bizarre rant hitting back at her critics.

It comes after Sarah unleashed on her own fans for correcting the way she pronounces a well known designer brand

It comes after Sarah unleashed on her own fans for correcting the way she pronounces a well known designer brand 

‘Literally shut up, shut up! Ok?’ the blonde raged. 

She went on to condemn her followers for correcting her in an ‘unkind’ way. 

‘First of all, yes, I did. I said Low-ee. Second of all, I don’t appreciate the sass, OK?’ she ranted.

‘There is a loving and kind way to correct somebody. You will learn that when you’re a mother and you try raising children.’

Sarah insisted it wasn’t her fault she pronounce Loewe incorrectly as no one had corrected her in the past, while claiming that she still doesn’t know how to pronounce brands like Moët, Louis Vuitton and Jacquemus. 

Fashion-savvy fans immediately flooded Sarah's inbox with messages informing her that the correct pronunciation is actually 'Lo-weh-vay'. This clearly struck a nerve for Sarah, who returned to Instagram Stories with a bizarre rant hitting back at her critics

Fashion-savvy fans immediately flooded Sarah’s inbox with messages informing her that the correct pronunciation is actually ‘Lo-weh-vay’. This clearly struck a nerve for Sarah, who returned to Instagram Stories with a bizarre rant hitting back at her critics

Sarah insisted it wasn't her fault she pronounce Loewe incorrectly as no one had corrected her in the past, while claiming that she still doesn't know how to pronounce brands like Moët, Louis Vuitton and Jacquemus

Sarah insisted it wasn’t her fault she pronounce Loewe incorrectly as no one had corrected her in the past, while claiming that she still doesn’t know how to pronounce brands like Moët, Louis Vuitton and Jacquemus

She also noted that she ‘isn’t the kind of person who is going to Google’ how to pronounce a name. 

‘Like that’s just not in my DNA. I just would never do that. Like, I just read something and I just, like, call it what it is… I’m not an over thinker. I’m like an under thinker in that way,’ she explained.

In an attempt to prove her point, Sarah then posted a questionnaires for her followers, asking how they pronounce the name of certain brands. 

Among them was the Champagne brand Moët, which is pronounced with a hard t.

‘For years I said ‘Mo-ay’,’ Sarah admitted. 

Sarah was also surprised to learn that the fashion brand Decjuba is pronounced ‘De-cuba’ and not, as she previously thought, ‘Dec-joo-bah’. 

In an attempt to prove her point, Sarah then posted a questionnaires for her followers, asking how they pronounce the name of certain brands. Among them was the Champagne brand Moët, which is pronounced with a hard t

In an attempt to prove her point, Sarah then posted a questionnaires for her followers, asking how they pronounce the name of certain brands. Among them was the Champagne brand Moët, which is pronounced with a hard t

Sarah was also surprised to learn that the fashion brand Decjuba is pronounced 'De-cuba' and not, as she previously thought, 'Dec-joo-bah'

Sarah was also surprised to learn that the fashion brand Decjuba is pronounced ‘De-cuba’ and not, as she previously thought, ‘Dec-joo-bah’

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