The woman who mounted a ballsy but ultimately unsuccessful egging of Prime Minister Scott Morrison back in May has been sentenced to 15o hours of community service.
Amber Holt, 25, was sentenced to an 18-month community corrections order at the Albury local court earlier today.
Holt threw the egg at the prime minister at a Country Women’s Association event during the election campaign. The yolk missile did not break on contact with ScoMo’s titanic bonce, making this particular effort objectively unsuccessful – unlike the now-legendary egging of Fraser Anning.
Magistrate Rodney Brender asserted that it was unacceptable for any citizen to be subjected to violence.
“You can’t have people attacking people for their political views physically,” he said, according to the ABC.
Holt also pled guilty to possession of cannabis at the time of the egging. That particular offence resulted in a $100 fine.Image: Nine News