Sunrise host David Koch goes rogue after quitting on air and gives away thousands of dollars
shocked Sunrise viewers on Monday morning when he announced he was quitting the show after 21 years on air. And just moments later, the long-time television star, 67, went rogue during the breakfast show's cash giveaway segment, Bill Barrel. Clearly in a celebratory mood, he gave away five times the amount of money he was supposed to. Kochie splashed the network's cash after 'Mel, I've only got two weeks to go. I'm going rogue. We're going to [give] $3000 to you,' he said. 'I'm going to go rogue every day for the next two weeks.' Kochie announced his sudden departure from the breakfast show after two decades at around 8am. The shock news came after the iconic media personality re-signed with the network, and fans were certain Kochie would grace their televisions 'for another two years'. But it appears there is more to the TV anchor's two-year deal with big boss Kerry Stokes, after he revealed he's stepping away from the cameras but not Seven. Appearing on 's 3AW on Monday, Kochie said: 'I wanted to go at the end of last year and the team asked if I could stick around for another six months.' He went on to say after completing six months in front of the cameras, he was then contracted to 'do big finance stuff' with Network Seven for the remaining 18 months of his contract.