From the moment Scott Morrison fired the starting gun five weeks ago, the 2019 election has been a wild ride. There have been flubbed lines, embarrassing errors, outrageous claims, awkward silences and cringeworthy jokes from politicians that fell flat. Meeting voters often dashed dreams of perfectly staged photo-ops as everyone from tradies to schoolkids and retirees caused a scene. Other oddball moments were just bizarre even if they came off the way they were intended – be them stunts or just outrageous moments that made headlines. Here Daily Mail Australia revisits some of the weirdest and wackiest moments of the campaign: Scott Morrison is egged by a refugee activist Left-wing protester Amber Holt, 24, was somehow able to wander up to the Prime Minister with a carton of eggs and throw one at him. Mr Morrison was speaking at a Country Women’s Association event in Albury, NSW, on May 7 when the yolk splattered across the back of his head. Left-wing protester Amber Holt, 24, was somehow able to wander up to the Prime Minister with a carton of eggs and throw one at him Holt was quickly dubbed ‘Egg Girl’ and compared with Will ‘Egg Boy’ Connolly, 19, who egged Fraser Anning… Read full this story
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