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Australia’s PM insists he did not soil himself at a McDonald’s in 1997 in bizarre interview

The Australian Prime Minister insisted in a bizarre radio interview that he hadn’t gotten dirty at McDonald’s in 1997.

Scott Morrison Denied rumors that he had an accident at a fast food restaurant in the Engadine, south of Sydney, and called the story an “urban myth.”

The prime minister said: “This is complete nonsense. I found it all incredibly funny, ”before he revealed that his team was still making fun of him for it.

Radio host Jackie O joked that Morrison brought up the story only to distract attention from discussions on Australia’s response to the pandemic.

The country is grappling with a growing number of cases, forcing states into multiple lockdowns and struggling to quickly vaccinate their populations.

Only six percent of Australian adults are fully vaccinated, compared with 46 percent in the US and over 50 percent in the UK.

Scott Morrison (pictured) is an avid Cronulla Sharks fan and was believed to have dirty himself after the tragic loss of his team in 1997.

After a brief conversation with hosts Kyle and Jackie O about the escalating Covid-19 crisis in Australia, Mr. Morrison called and said, “Hey, can I clarify something that was years ago?”

Kylie looked surprised and asked, “Not about the Maccases … Because of the Maccases?”

“This is the greatest urban myth in history,” laughed Mr. Morrison.

– What did you pour yourself pants at the Engadine McDonald’s? Jackie O asked.

The Prime Minister said: “This is complete nonsense. I found it all incredibly funny, ”before he revealed that his team was still making fun of him for it.

“We’ve always joked about this among our team here, as I sometimes drove by and someone asks, ‘Would you like to drop by for Big Mac? “But this is absolute and complete nonsense.”

During a conversation with Kyle and Jackie O on Thursday morning (pictured), Mr. Morrison said the rumors were not true.

During a conversation with Kyle and Jackie O on Thursday morning (pictured), Mr. Morrison said the rumors were not true.

Kyle Sandilands (pictured) said he was “disappointed” that Mr. Morrison denied the rumors.

Kyle Sandilands (pictured) said he was “disappointed” that Mr. Morrison denied the rumors.

Kyle said, “What a disappointment.”

Jackie O joked that he probably agreed to do a radio interview to clarify the situation, rather than tell Sydney people who lost their jobs during isolation that they could demand Centrelink’s $ 600 payment.

Mr. Morrison continued, “Some of the funniest things are not true, and I think this is one of them.”

This was due to Victoria being forced to undergo five days of statewide isolation to contain the growing outbreak. COVID-19 Delta variant.

The decision came after the state registered two new cases, bringing the number to 18, caused by the fact that in New South Wales the outbreak was moved to Melbourne by a working interstate waste disposal specialist from Sydney.

Sydney health officials, meanwhile, said the isolation would be extended for at least another two weeks after the number of cases continued to rise.

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the isolation would be extended “because we were unable to get the vaccine we needed.”

Australia lags behind Latvia, Turkey, Mexico, Colombia and even New Zealand, which uses only Pfizer injections to distribute vaccines.

The slow deployment has heightened concerns that the highly contagious variant of the delta could quickly spiral out of control.

Hip-hop artist Joyride publishes ‘news’ Twitter in 2018 after a particularly chaotic spill of Liberal leadership.

He claimed that several of his friends worked at the store and that the situation was “rather bad”.

Mr Morrison has dodged questions about the alleged incident, which has tarnished his reputation for the past three years – until Thursday.

Sydney hip-hop artist Joyrid tweeted the news in 2018.

Sydney hip-hop artist Joyrid tweeted the news in 2018. “Scott Morrison fucked up at Engadine McDonald’s after the Sharks lost their GF in ’97,” he wrote.

It was rumored that Scott Morrison had an unfortunate accident at Engadine McDonald's (pictured) in 2018 following a management leak.

It was rumored that Scott Morrison had an unfortunate accident at Engadine McDonald’s (pictured) in 2018 following a management leak.

This revelation contrasts with a bizarre speech he gave to journalists, corporate executives and fellow parliamentarians. Ball in the middle of winter in Canberra in September 2019.

For the first time in the history of the event, all speeches were recorded, which was an opportunity for a national leader.

“What Really Happened at Engadine McDonald’s in 1997?” he told the crowd as they burst into laughter, eagerly awaiting his next comment.

“It will remain a mystery for centuries.”

The Sharks lost the 1997 Super League Grand Final to the Brisbane Broncos 26-8.

In 2018, Joyride tweeted, “Scott Morrison fucked up Engadine McDonald’s after Sharks lost GF in ’97.”

Scott Marsh, an artist known for his often political street murals, painted a worried-looking Mr. Morrison with the words

Scott Marsh, an artist known for his often political street murals, painted a worried-looking Mr. Morrison with the words “Engadine McDonald’s” printed in brown over his head.

Scott Morrison (pictured) dodged questions about the alleged incident at Engadine McDonald's.

Scott Morrison (pictured) dodged questions about the alleged incident at Engadine McDonald’s.

Rumors have spread all over the place and trend data from Google is showing a steady surge in searches for “Engadine Maccas”.

Aside from the digital trail of rumors, street artists have documented the alleged incident in murals across the country.

Scott Marsh, an artist known for his political street murals, painted a worried-looking Mr. Morrison with the words “Engadine McDonald’s” printed in brown over his head.

Later, the mural reappeared on Reddit with the caption “never forget”.

But conflicting reports have argued that the incident may not have occurred at all after a massive eventual loss.

The pedestrian had previously speculated that the event most likely happened a week before, when Mr. Morrison Cronull’s favorite sharks beat the Canberra Raiders to the grand finals.

Pictured: A series of Google reviews for Engadine McDonald's citing the alleged incident.

Pictured: A series of Google reviews for Engadine McDonald’s citing the alleged incident.

Pictured: An analysis of a determined Twitter user who believes that Mr. Morrison was

Pictured: An analysis of a determined Twitter user who believes that Mr. Morrison was “targeting” Engadine McDonald’s after playing in 1997.

The game took place at the Sharks’ home stadium, which means it is more likely that Mr. Morrison was in the vicinity of Engadine McDonald’s at the time.

Reviews for the restaurant on Google include a stream of comments from people linking to the incident.

“I went after football in 1997. It was nice: the classic McDonald’s scent, although I remember the floor was a little slippery, ”wrote one person.

“Several options for desserts. Memorial plaques dedicated to the self-removal of Scott Morrison were removed from this place.

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