Australian Senator Gets Egged By A Teenager – Then Punches Him


A devastating attack on Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand came as a shudder and grief moment for people around the world. And where almost everyone was condemning this hideous act of terrorism, Australian senator Fraser Anning blamed the Muslims for being responsible for such terrorist attacks. Reportedly in response to this, a young 17-year-old teenager cracked an egg on the senator’s head. All this took place when Fraser was busy answering the questions of the media. However, Fraser turned back and landed two punches before the pair were separated by the bystanders.

The boy was arrested but soon released by the police. However, on the same day, Anning was seen trying to board a plane whilst constantly being barracked by more protestors. Fraser faced worldwide condemnation when he said that Islam is the reason for the massacre of more than 49 Muslims in Christchurch terror attack.  Anning tweeted “While Muslims may have been the victims today, usually they are the perpetrators.”

Ever since his tenure in the Parliament since November 2017, Anning has a history of leaving the footprints of his controversies everywhere. In last year August, he supported the revival of “White Australia” restrictive immigration policy by calling it the final solution. He has also targeted the LGBT+ education programmes in school to be sexually deviant propaganda. Even earlier this week, Anning made false claims that 429 Muslims are holding political spaces in the UK and are introducing Sharia laws. The guy is sick, really!

The mass shooting during Friday prayer in the city of Christchurch is reported to be the worst mass shooting in New Zealand. In these situations where the world has to stand side-by-side with the victims, people like Fraser Anning disrupts the unity we as humans are bound to have. It is better to overlook gentlemen like these, though! Read more news at Storify News

Mike Bravo
Mike Bravo
Mike Bravo is the President of Storify News. He is the owner of the Storify News Times since 2018. Storify News was founded by Mike Brovo.

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