Victoria Police have issued an appeal to the public for help identifying a man who allegedly kicked beloved Egg Boy aka Will Connolly while the young bumnut chucker was being savagely restrained by far-right supporters of Fraser Anning.
17-year-old Connolly rained eggy hell down on Anning’s ridiculous bonce during an appearance in Melbourne late last month; an act carried out in response to Anning’s horrendous statements made on social media in the immediate aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.
After the egging, several of Anning’s supporters physically wrestled Connolly to the ground – after the quote-unquote “Senator” struck the teenager twice – and it’s at that point that police believe Connolly was repeatedly kicked.
In response, police have today released the image of a man they would like to speak to in relation to the incident.
In a statement to media, police confirmed that investigations into the incident remain open and on-going.
Police were monitoring a speaking engagement which had been organised at a venue on Roberna Street about 2pm. The speeches had concluded when an altercation took place between a 17-year-old Hampton boy and a 69-year-old Queensland man.
An egg was broken on the 69-year-old man’s head by the 17-year-old boy when a scuffle took place and the teenager was taken to the ground by bystanders.
While the 17-year-old boy was being held on the ground, another male has approached and kicked him in the body a number of times.
The 17-year-old and 69-year-old have since been interviewed and the investigation regarding the initial incident remains ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of the man in question is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 330 000.