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Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison booed by fans during AFL match in Perth

04:25  17 april  2021
04:25  17 april  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Scott Morrison is booed by footy fans after the prime minister 's attended an AFL match in Perth .

Prime Minister Scott Morrison took his turn in copping it from the crowd at the West Coast Eagles game against Collingwood in Perth on Friday night when he was shown on the big screen late in the second quarter. Brody Mihocek had just kicked a goal to keep the Magpies in touch in the Eagles’ 27-point win, when the camera panned to ScoMo sitting between former WA federal minister Mathias Cormann and Eagles chairman Russell Gibbs. Prime Ministers are regularly booed at sporting events and the sighting of Morrison , whose approval rating plummeted in the latest Newspoll, was met with a

Scott Morrison, Mathias Cormann looking at each other: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

Prime Minister Scott Morrison received a hostile reception when he appeared on the big screen during an AFL match on Friday night.

Mr Morrison was loudly booed by the huge home crowd during the West Coast Eagles home match with the Collingwood Magpies at Perth Stadium.

He was seen in the stands with retired Liberal MP Mathias Cormann and Eagles chairman Russell Gibbs, looking stony-faced while commentators noted loud boos from Perth fans.

'Nice reception. You wouldn't like to be in that job and come to the footy would you?' one announcer remarked.

Mathias Cormann wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Scott Morrison took to Instagram to show he was at the footy with retired Liberal MP Mathias Cormann (right) © Provided by Daily Mail Scott Morrison took to Instagram to show he was at the footy with retired Liberal MP Mathias Cormann (right) a group of people posing for the camera: Pm Scott Morrison is shown on the big screen at Optus stadium copping a booing from West Coast fans, while retired Liberal MP Mathias Cormann (left) and Eagles chairman Russell Gibbs (right) sat with him © Provided by Daily Mail Pm Scott Morrison is shown on the big screen at Optus stadium copping a booing from West Coast fans, while retired Liberal MP Mathias Cormann (left) and Eagles chairman Russell Gibbs (right) sat with him

The crowd of 54,159 was the biggest to attend an AFL match since the 2019 Grand Final.

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The incident lit up social media after the match and into Saturday, with most apparently supporting the fan response.

The PM is not overly popular in WA, where Labor Premier Mark McGowan won a landslide victory last month and reduced the Liberals there to just two seats.

Mr McGowan relentlessly played off WA's long-standing chip on its shoulder towards the east coast with his eight-month hard border with the rest of the country, to boost his reelection chances.

Mr Morrison was criticised for attending the AFL season opener last month, between Carlton and Richmond at the MCG - instead of meeting with March For Justice protesters.

He was then seen in the Parramatta Eels change rooms after the Eels beat his Cronulla Sharks team.

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The prime minister changed his position after announcing he would meet with state and territory leaders twice a week to get the derailed rollout back on track. "We'll need to change our rollout to go to mass vaccination options and that will have to be done in partnership with states and territories," he told The West Australian . The prime minister has spoken to at least one state premier about making mass immunisation an option from June or July to get people over 50 not covered in initial phases vaccinated. "There will be vaccines, we believe, to get that happening," he told reporters in Perth .

The reaction of Eels sports scientist Tahleya Eggers - who stood with her arms crossed and refused to engage with the PM - went viral.

'Proud to claim this one!' Ms Eggers wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of the encounter.

a group of people in uniform: Eels sport scientist Tahleya Eggers (top right) defiantly crossed her arms and refused to engage with the prime minister after he snubbed women's equality marches earlier this month © Provided by Daily Mail Eels sport scientist Tahleya Eggers (top right) defiantly crossed her arms and refused to engage with the prime minister after he snubbed women's equality marches earlier this month a group of people standing in front of a crowd posing for the camera: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been mocked in the past for celebrating his footy team with a cringeworthy dance © Provided by Daily Mail Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been mocked in the past for celebrating his footy team with a cringeworthy dance

'I will not respect a man who has the time to shake hands of men who have won a football match but is 'too busy' to attend the March for Justice.'

Mr Morrison is a dedicated Cronulla Sharks rugby league fan. His favourite AFL team is harder to pin down and may not exist.

The closest he has come to revealing an AFL allegiance was in 2009 when he professed a liking for the Western Bulldogs.

But he has also accepted a Carlton jumper and been associated with Richmond - and has also said he doesn't have an AFL team.

West Coast beat Collingwood by four goals.

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