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Scott Morrison booed by AFL fans at SCG as Sydney Swans took on Richmond Tigers

Scott Morrison moment is BOOED by football fans as the former Prime Minister makes a rare post-election appearance at the SCG to watch the Sydney Swans sweep to victory, just days after his own defeat.

  • Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison booed by spectators at an AFL game on Friday
  • Morrison was sitting in the stands watching Swans vs Richmond Tigers
  • He appeared on the big screen before his appearance drew boos from the crowd.

Scott Morrison received a chilly reception after he was booed by spectators at an AFL game.

The former premier was sitting in the stands at the Sydney Cricket Ground as he watched the Sydney Swans take on the Richmond Tigers on Friday night.

He was shown on the big screen waving at the camera before receiving boos from the crowd.

Scott Morrison received an icy reception after being booed by spectators at an AFL game

Scott Morrison received an icy reception after being booed by spectators at an AFL game

The former premier was sitting in the stands at the Sydney Cricket Ground as he watched the Sydney Swans take on the Richmond Tigers on Friday night.

The former premier was sitting in the stands at the Sydney Cricket Ground as he watched the Sydney Swans take on the Richmond Tigers on Friday night.

One spectator was seen flashing the middle finger while punching the air with his hand.

Morrison didn’t seem fazed by the taunts and continued to smile at the crowd.

AFL commentator Daisy Pearce described the reception as “cold”.

Morrison is finally letting go of one of his official residences, calling movers to help his family get their belongings out of The Lodge, following his election last Saturday.

A huge bright orange moving truck was filmed driving through the gates of the Canberra residence on Thursday afternoon, five days after Morrison lost the federal election.

The Lodge, in the Canberra suburb of Deakin, is the official residence of Australia’s Prime Minister, and new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese can now move in after returning from the Quad summit in Japan on Wednesday night.

The second official residence of Australia’s Prime Minister is Kirribilli House, the heritage-listed Sydney Harborside mansion where Morrison’s family spent most of their time during his nearly four years as Prime Minister.

Mr. Morrison was booed by spectators as he watched the Sydney Swans take on the Richmond Tigers.

Mr. Morrison was booed by spectators as he watched the Sydney Swans take on the Richmond Tigers.

Albanese is likely to make Kirribilli House his first home, as the new prime minister hails from Sydney’s inner west, less than half an hour from the residence.

In an interview with 2GB radio host Ben Fordham on Thursday morning, Morrison said he was looking forward to “being a father” again, telling the station that he was already back in school.

“I just dropped the girls off at school this morning and I’m looking forward to being a father again. It’s been a while since I’ve been able to spend as much time as I’d like with family,” he said. he said she.

Morrison also said that he was looking forward to returning to life as a “quiet Australian in the Shire”.

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