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NSW fireman who exploded in Scott Morrison while rescuing others, claiming he was SENT

Hero fireman who exploded in Scott Morrison after fighting a raging flames claimed he was REPORTS about “foul language against the prime minister” – because he first revealed the reason behind his outburst

  • Firefighter Paul Parker rages against Mr. Morrison while the fight against the flames went viral
  • He told the prime minister to “go crazy” in an extraordinary rage against a TV camera
  • Since the viral outbreak in January, Parker has taken free time with the NSW RFS
  • Service said it was because of exhaustion and firefighter was never faced with pocket
  • But Mr. Parker claimed on Sunday evening that a brigade chief told him he was “ready.”
  • The NSW firey said he was told ‘you are ready because of your foul language’

A fireman who told Scott Morrison that he should be “f *** ed” while fighting a fire during the bushfire crisis, claimed he was fired for the comment.

News Volunteer Paul Parker’s rant in South Wales went at lightning speed after his gross criticism of the TV camera prime minister in Nelligen on the south coast of the state in early January.

An online campaign to save his job gathered thousands of signatures after reports emerged that Mr. Parker was confronted by the RFS.

News Volunteer Paul Parker's rant in South Wales went viral after his gross criticism of the TV camera prime minister in early January

News Volunteer Paul Parker’s rant in South Wales went viral after his gross criticism of the TV camera prime minister in early January

On Sunday, Mr. Parker (pictured left with his wife) said that he was told by a brigade chief of the state's national fire department that his career was over because of his comments about the TV camera

On Sunday, Mr. Parker (pictured left with his wife) said that a brigade chief at the state fire brigade had told him that his career was over because of his comments about the TV camera

On Sunday, Mr. Parker (pictured left with his wife) said that he was told by a brigade chief of the state’s national fire department that his career was over because of his comments about the TV camera

The NSW RFS confirmed the moment the fireman was asked to give up his duties, but denied that it was related to his comments.

But on Sunday, Mr. Parker said that he was told by a brigade chief of the state’s national fire department that he was “ready” because of his verbal tirade.

“There were comments with gestures and arm movements that say I’m done – (that) it’s all over,” he continued The project.

“Another captain from another Batemans Bay brigade came out and I asked him,” what’s wrong? ” “

“He said” “You are ready because of your allegations and foul language against the Prime Minister of the country while you represent the RFS.”

“I didn’t know you could be fired by a volunteer organization, but apparently you can.”

Mr. Parker also explained the reasoning behind his television outburst and said it was a reaction to Mr. Morrison’s earlier comment that national firefighters should not be paid.

The National Fire Department said that Mr. Parker had the task of taking away volunteer work because of exhaustion (pictured lying on the ground exhausted after raging) and the firefighter was never confronted with bag, but he claimed he was told he was ready

The National Fire Department said that Mr. Parker had the task of taking away volunteer work because of exhaustion (pictured lying on the ground exhausted after raging) and the firefighter was never confronted with bag, but he claimed he was told he was ready

The National Fire Department said that Mr. Parker had the task of taking away volunteer work because of exhaustion (pictured lying on the ground exhausted after raging) and the firefighter was never confronted with bag, but he claimed he was told he was ready

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the RFS for comments.

Since taking free time from the RFS after the fiery burst in front of the camera, Australians have donated hundreds of dollars to his bar tab in his local pub in the small village west of Batemans Bay.

Publican Joel Alvey told Daily Mail Australia: “Everyone has been a great support in donating money for Paul.”

Donors have left money to shout Mr. Parker a schooner, while some cash was given directly to the hotel.

Mr. Alvey said that about $ 500 was donated by Thursday and that an additional $ 200 was given on Friday morning after increased media coverage.

The publicist, who had been a member of the RFS for the past 20 years, said that Mr. Parker visited the hotel “fairly regularly.”

Alvey thinks that Australians wanted to throw their support behind the firefighter because he “said the words everyone thought at the time.”

“That’s Paul, he says what he thinks,” Mr. Alvey explained.

“We had a fire for a few weeks and that was the breaking point. Everyone in that truck felt the same way. “

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