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'Don't egg politicians, you get tackled': Teen who egged Fraser Anning speaks

The Age Sunday, 17 March 2019
'Don't egg politicians, you get tackled by thirty bogans at the same time, I learnt the hard way,' the Melbourne teenager who egged Queensland senator Fraser Anning said in a video he posted on Twitter.
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