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Footy legends Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler left baffled about the meaning behind Easter – and you will NOT believe what they think the holidays are all about

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Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler may have to rush back to school after their shocking lack of knowledge about Easter was exposed.

Footy Great Johns asked an unexpected question on this week’s episode of Freddy and the Eighth, ahead of this weekend’s Christian celebration.

‘I just think: what is Biblical about Easter? What happened?’

Former NSW Blues coach Fittler interjected: “You don’t eat meat on Sundays. No, you don’t eat meat on Fridays.’

Joey asked, “What happened in Bible times?”

Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler tied the knot over Easter

“He died and came back on Monday,” Fittler replied confidently.

“So on Thursday or Friday (he dies) and then he comes back…” Johns began, before Fittler finished his sentence: “He’ll be back on Monday.”

A somewhat bewildered Mat Thompson tried to clarify the situation.

“No, he’ll be back on Easter Sunday.”

And Johns, seemingly displeased with the complete breakdown, ended by asking, “So what happened on Monday?”

Although Fittler is correct in saying that some Christians do not eat meat on Good Friday, it is not mandatory to do so.

The football legends were confused about the Biblical story behind Easter

The football legends were confused about the Biblical story behind Easter

However, it is customary for Christians to eat a fish meal on Good Friday.

Christ also rose from the dead on the third day, which is a Sunday.

“Look at us,” Fittler laughed. “How bad are we?”

“You should talk to a pastor,” Thompson said. “But I think that’s generally the story.”