Prime minister Tony Abbott has chomped into another onion on Thursday morning while his government struck a deal to pass sweeping new surveillance legislation.
According to News Corp, it was a brown onion and Mr Abbott peeled a few bits of skin off before biting into it.
It was reportedly "tasty".
Meanwhile communications minister Malcolm Turnbull presented a revised surveillance deal struck with Labor that will see everyone's metadata collected for a period of two years.
Under the new deal, police agencies will need to get a special warrant to access journalist's metadata to be approved by a secret court process.
The process will see several government appointed "public interest" barristers defending a journalist's sources in court.
It adds another layer to the process of bulk metadata collection. Like a layer on an onion.