OUR STAR: Country music superstar Keith Urban stopped by his old high school in Caboolture in December.
OUR STAR: Country music superstar Keith Urban stopped by his old high school in Caboolture in December. Contributed

Keith Urban's sneaky visit that barely anyone noticed

KEITH URBAN has dropped by for a sneaky stop-in in December - and barely anyone noticed.

Caboolture State High School posted a photo on Monday to social media showing their famous alumni out the front of the school.

Which came with the unfortunate reminder that even though he's now a country music superstar, he is not immune from lunchtime detention.

"I taught Keith and he still owes me 50 papers for a lunch time punishment. - Mr Drew," his former teacher Gary Drew commented.

But it wasn't just his old high school that Urban visited. Employees at Beefy's Ningi were left starstruck when the 'The Fighter' singer stopped by to buy some pies.

"He stopped by some time in December," Beefy's manager Deborah Warner said.

"Before Christmas... he had sunnies on and a hat.

"He really enjoyed his pie. Well, I'm sure he did."


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