He's no stranger to auction day on The Block and Sunday's episode was no different.
Danny Wallis, the Melbourne-based IT entrepreneur with a reported net worth of $120million, bought not one but three houses this year for a combined $12.2million.
The eccentric rich lister kept his winning streak, having bought three homes at last year's auction for almost $12million, and viewers at home flocked to Twitter to either praise or mock his unique bidding style that often comes right down to the cent.
Meet Danny Wallis: The eccentric rich lister (pictured centre) who bought THREE homes on The Block 2021 finale for a combined $12.2MILLION - and fans are divided by his very unique bidding style
Danny purchased Mitch and Mark's winning house for $4,044,444.44, Tanya and Vito's for $3.8 million and one cent, and Kirsty and Jesse's for $4,401,523.67.
The businessman who sold his IT service management company DWS in September last year to an Indian tech giant for $126million, will donate Tanya and Vito's stunning home to My Room Children's Cancer Charity.
Viewers at home were either amused or annoyed by Danny's very precise way of bidding right down to the cent, with one simply posting on Twitter, 'Shut up Danny!!'
Enthusiastic bidder: Danny, who has a reported net worth of $120million, purchased Mitch and Mark's winning house for $4,044,444.44, Tanya and Vito's for $3.8 million and one cent, and Kirsty and Jesse's for $4,401,523.67. Pictured: Tanya and Vito
Another went so far as to suggest Danny 'ruins' The Block auctions by 'screwing honest buyers over just to get his face on TV'.
One agreed, writing, 'This is Danny Wallis' yearly 5 mins of fame!'
However it wasn't all