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News24.com | WATCH: Australian premier sides with egger against egged senator

News24 Sunday, 17 March 2019 ()
Australia's prime minister has suggested an anti-Muslim senator should be charged after he hit a teen who cracked a raw egg over the legislator's head.
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News video: Australian senator punches 17-year-old after being egged

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An Australian senator who sparked outrage for claiming Muslim immigration caused the New Zealand mosque shootings has been hit on the head with an egg.

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