Fraser Anning, The Politician Egged By A Teenager, Has Lost His Seat
"He goes back to where he came from because he won't come back to the parliament."
Far-right politician Fraser Anning has lost his seat in the Australian parliament.
Anning made headlines around the globe when he was egged by a teenager following anti-Muslim comments he made after the Christchurch terror attack.
Anning unexpectedly became a senator in the middle of Australia's political citizenship crisis, during which several politicians were ejected from the parliament after discovering they held dual citizenship.
He replaced One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts, but ended up leaving the party and creating his own — Fraser Anning's Conservative National Party — to contest the 2019 election.
Although Senate results are yet to be finalised, it appears Anning has fallen far short of gaining the required votes to win back a Senate seat.
His term in the current parliament will expire on June 30.