Being the Prime Minister of a country means loads of public engagements where you get out and speak to everyday folk.
Scott Morrison is no exception to this rule and he was seen in a pub chatting to a few locals to see how they're holding up.
Breanne Wilson was one of the lucky few who got to share a beer with Australia's leader.
Someone at the establishment snapped a picture of the pair having a good ole fashion yarn and you'd think that was the last of it.
However, with the internet being the internet, it wasn't long before the image started circulating on social media, with users filling in the blanks about what they might have been talking about.
People came up with a bunch of hilarious yet poignant ideas.
One person theorised Mr Morrison uttered: "Then I said, 'Not far from here, such marches, even now, are being met with bullets, but not here in this country'..."
Another added: "Those are some sick tattoos! Are they real? Man I bet they hurt aye. Not an ink man myself aha. My mate has a sick looking clock on his arm to like, show we are running out of time and s**t. I love that thoughtful s**t."
A few people thought the interaction looked very similar to the iconic nightclub meme where a bloke was seen chatting to a less-than-impressed woman.
They've also likened it to the photo of a bro talking at a woman at a sporting match.
We'll never know all the details about what the two chatted about, but Breanne seemed to be pretty chuffed that her interaction with the Prime Minister has managed to be turned into a giant meme.
She wrote on Twitter: "If I was ever going to be a meme, I'm glad it was like this...(not the meeting Scomo part, you can see how I feel about that)."
Ms Wilson added: "He was asking me about what beer I was drinking. Couldn't get out of there fast enough! I 110% did not want to be there (obvs) and could not wait to get away."
She revealed the photo was actually taken on Anzac Day back in 2019 at the Australian Hotel in Townsville, however it's managed to resurface now.
The Prime Minister has been under fire recently for the way his government has handled sexual assault allegations involving parliament staff, as well as not attending a massive march to listen about how women are treated.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter
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