Bizarre moment Scott Morrison’s trip to Bunnings is gatecrashed by protesters dressed as cavemen while the PM meets voters (and their adorable dog) inside
- Scott Morrison saw public appearance interrupted by cavemen protesters
- PM attended Bunnings in Perth suburb of Cowan on Sunday morning
- Three men were waiting wielding bats and wearing dresses outside shop
Scott Morrison‘s public appearance at a Perth Bunnings took a bizarre turn as it was interupted by protesters dressed as cavemen.
The prime minister arrived in Cowan in Western Australia on Monday, heading to the area’s hardware shop to speak with locals.
Instead he was met by three men wearing dresses and wielding clubs who could only say ‘ooga booga’
Scott Morrison saw a public appearance at a Perth Bunnings interrupted by protesters dressed as cavemen
The PM shares a moment with two dogs sitting in a shopping trolley at the hardware warehouse
The three cavemen are believed to have worn the costumes in reference to Mr Morrison calling West Australians to cave people from a children’s film.
‘Now, it’s like that movie in The Croods – people wanted to stay in the cave … and that young girl, she wanted to go out and live again and deal with the challenges of living in a different world,’ he said in August last year.
‘Well, Covid is a new, different world, and we need to get out there and live in it. We can’t stay in the cave and we can get out of it safely. That’s what the plan does.’
Police spoke to the cavemen but left the scene as they weren’t causing any problems
The PM looks over a series of garden decorations at the Perth Bunnings on Sunday
The trio could only grunt to reporters but nodded when asked if they preferred Anthony Albanese and shook their heads when asked if they liked Mr Morrison’s treatment of the state.
Police spoke to the cavemen but they weren’t causing any problems and left the scene.
Inside the Bunnings Mr Morrison spoke to shoppers and even shared a moment with two dogs riding in a trolley.
Cowan is a narrow seat in a key area of Perth’s northern suburbs, with Dr Anne Aly of Labor holding a margin of less than 1 per cent.