'Best thing I ever did'

By Monique Friedlander for Daily Mail Australia

01:19 21 January 2024, Updated 01:40 21 January 2024



Billionaire businessman Adrian 'Mr Lumbo' Portelli has revealed the extraordinary lengths he went to to protect his collection of prized designer clothes and jewellery.

The bloke shopper, 34, took to Instagram Stories on Saturday to tour her bedroom and adjoining wardrobe, sharing a video of her expensive shoes, clothes and perfume.

In the clip, the Melbourne businessman explained how he turned the room into a bulletproof bunker so he could feel 'safer'.

'Everybody asks about security in my house, it's like this,' he started picturing the room.

'So it was the best thing I ever did [is]I've got my alarms done, cameras… the house is under surveillance,' he continued, adding that making his bedroom bulletproof was 'the best thing he's ever done'.

Adrian 'Mr Lambo' Bortelli, 34, (pictured) revealed in an Instagram Story video on Saturday that he had turned his designer wardrobe into a bulletproof bunker.

'[I] Highly, highly recommended [this] If you ever want to feel more secure in your home. I did it in my bedroom, so I turned my whole bedroom into a safe with a bulletproof door,' Bordelli explained.

'Walls and windows are done. So lock it and go,' he said, closing his bedroom door for the camera.

Bortelli made history on The Block in 2023 when he bought Steph and Gian's home for $5 million.

'So it was the best thing I ever did [is]I've got my alarms done, cameras… the house is being watched,' he says, filming his room and adding that making his bedroom bulletproof is 'the best thing he's ever done'.
'Walls and windows are done. So lock it and leave,' he said, closing his bedroom door for the camera.

He bids $4.2 million on sisters Eliza and Liberty's property, then makes the odd move of bidding against her — something that's never happened before on the show.

Taking into account the paper value of his properties and luxury cars and his automobile enthusiast club LMCT+, his net worth is estimated by AFR to be over $1 billion.

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LMCT+ makes money by charging subscription fees to users who gain access to exclusive competitions with prizes including houses, bikes, cars and boats.

The 34-year-old dropped out of university to work in his father's truck repair business and moved to Los Angeles to start a limousine service for celebrities.

It has about 100,000 customers who pay monthly subscriptions.

Subscribers receive exclusive offers from over 1,000 partners such as Beaurepaires, Patriot Campers and Prestige Autoworks.

The entrepreneur was ranked seventh on the Financial Review Young Rich List this year.

Young Rich Lister admits he's lost count of the rare, limited-edition sports cars he owns – but believes it's fewer than 50.

Also Read: Secrets of Melbourne's 'Mr Lumbo': How the Black Star Made His $1 Billion Fortune

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