Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s feedback about Western Australians being ‘cave people’ have come again to chunk him with some unwelcome guests as of late.
Protesters dressed as cavemen and wearing wood bats arrived at a Bunnings retailer because the Prime Minister touched down within the marginal Perth citizens of Cowan on Easter Monday.
The males apparently wearing connection with the time Scott Morrison likened Western Australians to cave other folks in August final 12 months.
The trio didn’t discuss except for to mention “ooga booga” however nodded enthusiastically when requested in the event that they’d desire Anthony Albanese as Prime Minister.
When requested in the event that they had been proud of Scott Morrison’s remedy of Western Australians, they emphatically gestured ‘no’.
Police spoke to the 3 other folks however took no additional motion.
The Bunnings discuss with is Mr Morrison’s 2d look since touching down in Perth past due on Sunday evening.
The citizens, within the northern suburbs of Perth, is held through Labor’s Dr Anne Aly with a minuscule margin of 0.9 in keeping with cent.
Mr Morrison and Liberal candidate Vince Connelly met mum Nicole Rakitic and her son Azaia, 10, on the native retailer the place the gang shopped for crops for her new house.
Ms Rakitic used the federal government’s Home Owner Guarantee to buy a three-bedroom space in Ballajura for $375,000.
The Prime Minister has introduced an enlargement of the scheme all the way through his marketing campaign path.