A right-wing australian politician who the public blamed muslim immigration for the Friday's terrorist attack in New Zealand, was Saturday smashed a raw egg in the neck during a television interview, writes CNN.
After Friday's terrorist attack in New Zealand was senator Fraser Anning quickly out and blame muslim immigration for the massacre on Twitter.
'Is there anyone who still doubts the correlation between muslim immigration and violence?', wrote the senator, among other things, on social media. Prime minister of australia, Scott Morrison, has, among many other taken away from the Fraser Annings effusions.
When Anning was to elaborate his views in an interview with the australian Seven Network, stole a 17-year-old boy up behind the senator pulled his phone back and slapped an egg in the neck of the senator.
Fraser Anning, however, was quick to turn about the turn out after the 17-year-old, before the teenager was pacified.
The 17-year-olds motif is the time of this writing unknown, so it is not known with certainty, on the egg-the attack is rooted in the Fraser Annings statements after Friday's terrorist attacks.
the Police informs, according to the AP, the 17-year-old was arrested after the incident, but were released without charges while the matter is investigated further.