As Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk held a press conference in Brisbane Wednesday, the event was suddenly interrupted by the rude guest flying by as it decided to relieve itself. AUSLAN interpreter Mike Webb found himself in a predicament after a huge glob of bird poop landed on his shoulder and face live on camera.Also Read |Australian saves 16 people, 5 dogs as he loses home in floods
“Oh, sh*t,” he was heard saying after realising that the bird had relieved itself right on top of his forehead. He took off his jacket, while someone rushed to get him some tissues to clean the mess.https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1x1.png
The unfortunate incident happened midway through Deputy Premier Steven Miles’ speech that Webb was signing at the conference.
Although the event would have left many frazzled, Webb, a veteran professional, quickly resumed his duty without his blue jacket.
The incident led to a plethora of comments on social media, with many, including Palaszczuk, praising the “fabulous Mikey” for handling the incident like a pro. “Nothing stops our fabulous Mikey,” she tweeted after the press conference identifying the culprit as an “owl”.
Can confirm police have launched an investigation into this fly by hooting #notmikey https://t.co/0v5xttpmvJ
— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) March 9, 2022
Even the Queensland Police joined in on the fun saying, “Can confirm police have launched an investigation into this fly by hooting”.
As the video and photos went viral, people couldn’t let go of toilet humour, while at the same time, appreciated Webb’s professionalism. While some argued saying “it’s good luck”, others didn’t agree to interpret the incident that way.
This is straight out of my nightmares 😂 https://t.co/iNtyIgy9sG
— Kris Crawford (@therealkrisc) March 9, 2022
That’s good luck, or so they say https://t.co/MoclrhAiqM
— Selina Green 🎙 (@SelinaGreen5290) March 9, 2022
Quick tidy and back to work he went 🙂 https://t.co/lW5xLLemw1
— australianwoman (@australianwoma1) March 9, 2022
I’m relieved it’s not his spiffy dusky pink jacket from yesterday
— The Holly and the Kylie 🎄🎄🎄 (@misskylie77) March 9, 2022
Oh well. At least he’ll get good luck now! 😂 https://t.co/sTAblSavht
— Sacha Jones 🏳️🌈🇺🇦🏴❄️ (@rainbowpossum07) March 9, 2022
A sign from above https://t.co/uY2ve7tHd2
— Juha Jantunen 🇫🇮🇺🇦 (@jaj2009) March 9, 2022
Mike is a hero to many Queenslanders; this is one more moment showing why. https://t.co/yEpzDA4ttr
— Dr Sandra Antonelli (@SandrAntonelli) March 9, 2022
That’s supposed to be good luck. I’m sceptical. https://t.co/MzXp2cj7Pt
— Daniel Breban (@DBreban) March 9, 2022
— tamanna (@rzuCaAn) March 9, 2022
Good thing emus don’t fly – that was a large poo https://t.co/KRLPkqBrz3
— freddyfudpucker (@MattInnes4) March 9, 2022