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Australia Greens senator Larissa Waters deletes offensive Instagram post using the coronavirus crisis as a JOKE to attack Scott Morrison

23:36  22 march  2020
23:36  22 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Larissa Waters deletes offensive Instagram post using the coronavirus crisis as a JOKE to attack The post referenced Mr Morrison 's behaviour during the bushfire crisis . The 43-year-old deleted Larissa Waters has deleted an Instagram post that claimed the coronavirus was Scott

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Australian Greens senator Larissa Waters has deleted a post that claimed the coronavirus was Scott Morrison's 'revenge'.

The Queensland MP posted the controversial message on her Instagram account on Saturday night.

The 43-year-old credited her post to the 'LibLOL' Facebook page, which she said was 'totally on point'.

Larissa Waters smiling for the camera: Larissa Waters has deleted an Instagram post that claimed the coronavirus was Scott Morrison's 'revenge' © Provided by Daily Mail Larissa Waters has deleted an Instagram post that claimed the coronavirus was Scott Morrison's 'revenge' a screenshot of a cell phone © Provided by Daily Mail

The post reads: 'This coronavirus is actually Scomo's revenge.

'We didn't shake his hand. Now nobody can shake hands.

'We didn't like him having an overseas holiday. Now nobody can have an overseas holiday.

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'We called him an a***hole. Now nobody can wipe their a***hole.'

Ms Waters deleted the post after being heavily criticised.

Victorian Liberal senator James Paterson was among those who slammed Ms Waters' tweet.

'I honestly thought this was fake when I first saw it,' Mr Paterson tweeted.

a group of people wearing costumes: Two women in Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne on Sunday wearing face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak © Provided by Daily Mail Two women in Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne on Sunday wearing face masks amid the coronavirus outbreak 'Incredibly poor taste. Seven Australians have already died and sadly we know many more are likely to.'

Mr Paterson's sentiment was followed by several commentators on Ms Waters' next Instagram post, which included a message to stay safe amid the coronavirus outbreak.

'Do you think it is appropriate for a senator to call the Prime Minister an a***hole?' one comment reads.

'You may have deleted it but you are now on public record. I don't like Scomo but your behaviour has just set a new low point in public office.'

'One word for you: awful,' another post reads. 'I’m glad you removed your brainless post.'

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