Greens candidate is filmed who hits a pinion of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's head before celebrating his well-aimed shot
- A Greens candidate was filmed who hit a pinata with the face of Scott Morrison
- Jim Casey was caught on a film in which he celebrates his well-intentioned shot at the piñata
- The father of two has denied any malice or misconduct in his actions
A Greens candidate was caught on a film that destroyed a pinion of the face of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Footage shows Sydney Greens internal politician, Jim Casey, who challenges Labor & Anthony's Albanian to Grayndler's seat, hurling a pinata at the pinata during a party on October 20, 2018.
The former trade unionist, whose eyes were covered by a black mask, heard his well-intended shot celebrate.
Multiple people can be viewed in the background.
The father of two has denied any malice or misconduct in his actions, The Daily Telegraph reported.
& # 39; Anyone who has been to a party with a pinata knows that you have to hit it with a stick, & # 39; read his statement.
& # 39; There is nothing sinister about this video. & # 39;
The video was distributed online by another unionist who attended the party.
Footage shows Sydney Greens' internal politician, Jim Casey, challenging Labor & # 39; s Anthony Albanese in front of Grayndler's seat, hurling a stick at the pinata during a backyard party on October 20, 2018 (photo)
The ex-unionist, who challenges Labor & # 39; s Anthony Albanese to Grayndler's seat, took one blow to Scott Morrison & # 39; s head at the backyard party (photo)
He subtitled it: & # 39; Greens candidate for Grayndler Jim Casey making a try at ScoMo & # 39 ;.
Mr. Casey hopes to face Mr. Albanese, after the Labor front bench won the seat on Mr. Casey's Greens in 2016.
He was defeated by a 31 percent margin that year.
If he is elected, Casey says he wants to focus attention on climate change.
Casey said earlier that he would like to spend billions on helping to combat climate change.
& # 39; I would spend $ 5 billion on start-up capital to support climate activists around the world, $ 5 billion to educate young girls around the world, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; And $ 5 billion financing for the first few years of our refugee solutions and $ 5 billion to build climate resilience in our Pacific region – becoming a good neighbor for our friends who live on low-lying islands and suffer from drought & # 39;
If he is chosen, Casey says he wants to draw attention to climate change (photo)