Scott Morrison buys Santa on top of an inflatable shark from Bunnings, much to the dismay of wife Jenny
‘Jen isn’t that impressed’: Scott Morrison shares hilarious photo of his VERY unexpected $ 129 Bunnings Christmas decorations after revealing his unusual wish list
- Scott Morrison bought unexpected Christmas decorations over the weekend
- He revealed that he had finally bought the inflatable Santa Claus on top of a shark decoration
- His wife Jenny seemed unimpressed by the funny photo Mr. Morrison shared
Scott Morrison bought a very unexpected Christmas ornament after seeing it on sale at Bunnings for $ 129, much to the dismay of his wife.
The prime minister revealed that he finally got his hands on an inflatable Santa Claus decoration on top of a Bunnings shark after revealing it was on his Christmas list.
He shared a hilarious photo of himself on Saturday with a big smile and pointing at the box with the decoration, while his wife Jenny looked on – less than impressed.
‘It’s here. Jen isn’t too impressed, ‘he captioned the photo with the inflatable boat in the box, probably an ode to his beloved Cronulla Sharks.
Scott Morrison revealed she bought an inflatable Santa sitting on a shark from Bunnings – much to the dismay of his wife Jenny
His funny post received more than 13,000 responses when Australians begged for a bloated photo of it.
‘Looking forward to the next installment of this shark Christmas story!’ Someone wrote.
‘That is amazing. Can’t wait to see the picture blown up! another commented.
‘That is going to look bad. Can’t wait to see the pictures of it, ‘added another.
Earlier this month, Mr. Morrison took a photo of Santa on the shark hanging in Bunnings and revealed he was on his Christmas list
Earlier this month, Mr. Morrison took a photo of Santa on the shark hanging in Bunnings and revealed that he was on his Christmas list.
‘Totally on this year’s Christmas list. Goes to Bunnings. #UpUpCronulla, ‘he wrote on October 10.
Mr. Morrison has long been a tragic pedestrian at Cronulla Sharks.
He is a season ticket holder at the NRL club and is often seen at home and away games to cheer on his team.
He previously labeled the 2016 grand final against Melbourne as one of the ‘best days of his life’.