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Australia'He runs like Phoebe in Friends': Social media erupts after noticing Bill Shorten's VERY unique running style

10:00  02 may  2019
10:00  02 may  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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' He runs like Phoebe in Friends ': Social media erupts after noticing Bill Shorten ' s VERY unique running style Woah! This mug is funny.

Bill Shorten laughs off claims he ' runs like Phoebe from Friends ' in interview with Kyle and Jackie O. Social media erupted over the video of Shorten ' s very unique running style last week. After footage of the morning jog was posted on Instagram, social media users were quick to share

Social media has erupted over a video of Bill Shorten's very unique running style.

The Labor Opposition leader, who is often spotted exercising in public, was filmed sprinting across the Martagarup Bridge in Perth on Monday.

After footage of the morning jog was posted on Instagram, social media users were quick to share hilarious comments ridiculing the politician's awkward stride.

'For some reason I reckon he's snatched a purse or two in his youth and ran off that exact same way,' a user said.

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One user said: 'How can you trust a socialist with the stride of a duck.'

'Can't RUN a country,' another said.

Some also pointed out Shorten's seemingly large shoe size, saying he looked like he wore a size 18.

'It's either Ian Thorpe or he's straight out of the barrier reef and realised he's left the straightener on at home and hasn't had time to take the flippers off!' the user joked.

'Those feet - RONALD MACDONALD,' user porchandbutler said.

Shorten's running style also drew comparisons to that of Forrest Gump and Friends' character Phoebe Buffay's famous over-enthusiastic run.

This is not the first time Shorten has caused a stir over his awkward moments in public.

'He runs like Phoebe in Friends': Social media erupts after noticing Bill Shorten's VERY unique running style © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In 2016, Shorten was widely criticised for his odd sausage-eating technique 'He runs like Phoebe in Friends': Social media erupts after noticing Bill Shorten's VERY unique running style © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

'That's the run of a sideways sausage eater #neverforget,' one user commented, referring to when Shorten infamously bit into a sausage roll from the middle and set social media alight.

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Mr Shorten attended Strathfield North Public School polling booth in Sydney's west in 2016 for a traditional Election Day sausage sizzle.

There he was photographed chomping down on a sausage roll sideways and was criticised for his unconventional sausage-eating technique.

He later tried to justify the incident, saying the roll was so crusty the 'teeth of a great white' would have been needed to bite into it.

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'He runs like Phoebe in Friends': Social media erupts after noticing Bill Shorten's VERY unique running style
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