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A punter claims he was 'detained' after confronting Scott Morrison on the campaign trail.
Adisen Wright walked up to the Australian Prime Minister and asked if he could take a photo while they were at a venue in western Sydney last night (April 12).
However, instead of just snapping a quick picture and heading off, the man was secretly filming the exchange.
Wright tried to ask a question about Mr Morrison's bushfire response before the PM noticed the camera was still rolling.
Mr Morrison called the punter out and asked whether he was a member of the media because it was a private function.
One of the Prime Minister's staff quickly came to his aide and asked what the problem was and Mr Morrison started walking away.
Clearly not deterred by the frosty encounter, Wright started yelling at the Prime Minister as he was walking off.
“ScoMo, across the river here people lost their houses and they were burnt!" he said. "You're a disgrace."
Wright then strutted out of the event and was closely followed by a bloke who revealed he is a police officer.
Wright explained to the cop that he didn't realise it was a private function for the Prime Minister and he was at the venue before the whole team arrived.
“I didn’t know it was a private event. I genuinely didn’t,” Wright told the officer in the TikTok.
“I apologise for that. But I just wanted to ask a question because I care about government and our area was incredibly impacted.
“We just want some action. We’re not asking for a lot. We just want some assistance.”
A spokesperson for NSW Police said Wright was issued with a move-on direction and he left without incident.
This isn't the first time Mr Morrison has been confronted by an angry voter this month.
Ray Drury went viral last week for tearing into the Prime Minister during what was meant to be a breezy photo-op at the pub.
The 73-year-old was filmed yelling and pointing in the face of the Aussie leader in a heated exchange at Newcastle's Edgeworth Tavern.
“You know another promise you made. You were going to have an integrity commission," Ray said. “You better f**king do something," the pensioner said. "I’m sick of your bulls**t.”
Another pubgoer decided to seize the chance to troll the PM by getting him to film a video.
The woman, named Chantelle, lined up to take a selfie with the Prime Minister.
But as Morrison looked to the camera, she quipped 'congratulations on being the worst Prime Minister we’ve ever had.'
It's certainly not a good look for Mr Morrison as the federal election has now been set for May 21 and it seems everywhere he goes he meets someone who isn't too happy with his leadership.
Featured Image Credit: Adisen Wright/TikTok
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