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Australian senator has egg cracked on head for controversial comments on New Zealand shootings

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Australian senator has egg cracked on head for controversial comments on New Zealand shootings

Australian senator has egg cracked on head for controversial comments on New Zealand shootings

Australian senator Fraser Anning had an egg cracked on his head by a teenager over his controversial comments on the New Zealand mosque shootings.

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