Australian man interrupts PM Morrison to say 'get off my lawn' - BBC News

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  • Published on Jun 3, 2020
  • A local resident has interrupted a press briefing by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to complain that onlookers were trampling on his recently reseeded lawn.
    Mr Morrison had been announcing a scheme to offer subsidies to residents on home renovations.
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  • cheesball96
    cheesball96 2 years ago +116606

    Nobody is above the lawn.

  • List Posts
    List Posts 6 months ago +1218

    Man “please step off the lawn I’ve just re-seeded that” “many thanks, have a great day” “love to all, including my new lawn”
    BBC “Man sparks outrage as he shouts at PM to get off his property while being brutally honest about new lawn”

    • Six is cute
      Six is cute 6 months ago +2

      Man i hate a technicalitism.

    • F.W.
      F.W. 6 months ago +5

      It was BRUTAL

  • El Bigotes De La Tienda
    El Bigotes De La Tienda 7 months ago +9617

    He politely asked: "Can everyone get off the grass PLEASE"; "I've just reseeded that".
    BBC headlines: "Man interrupts PM Morrison to say "GET OFF MY LAWN"...

  • chr0min0id 04
    chr0min0id 04 7 months ago +4315

    Dude: “I just re-seeded that, could you please move?”
    PM: “Sure man.”
    Dude: “Thanks.”
    *The Happy Ending*

    • gricius
      gricius 5 months ago

      He said sorry mate to the PM 😂😂😂

    • KEVENANT
      KEVENANT 6 months ago

      Prime minister, good ending
      Not prime minister, car keyed

    • JakobusVdL
      JakobusVdL 6 months ago +1

      Not a happy ending for the planet. Morrison is still PM and still opposes actual climate change action, he still needs to get off the grass.

    • Infidel Mat
      Infidel Mat 6 months ago

      "BBC re-seeds lawn with happy ending"

    • Stephen Fiore
      Stephen Fiore 6 months ago

      Very polite PM

  • Tryndaweniger
    Tryndaweniger 7 months ago +2941

    America: ,,Oh I apologize, Mr. President. I didn't intend to interrupt."
    Australia: ,,sorry mate"

    • I am me
      I am me 6 months ago

      Unless you're in the military, it's perfectly legal to not use proper manners around someone in a position of power.

    • Anthony M
      Anthony M 6 months ago

      @Max Louden really? How often is ‘mate’ used in the USA?

  • __Sno__
    __Sno__ Year ago +17517

    I like how he just talks to his prime minister like he knows him

    • Thanh Nguyen
      Thanh Nguyen 2 months ago

      @Ben Brennan Sure thing mate.

    • a sheep
      a sheep 3 months ago

      I know DonBon.
      45th president of USAmerica.

    • Mr. Reggie Guy
      Mr. Reggie Guy 6 months ago

      The guy WAS on his lawn.

    • PapaPickett
      PapaPickett 7 months ago

      Talked to him like I do when my 5 y/o does something exceedingly stupid.

    • Toasty McGee
      Toasty McGee 8 months ago

      It's part of the Aussie culture to treat everyone equally, no matter their position or wealth. In fact more often we'll give twice as much shit to politicians.

  • Philip
    Philip 6 months ago +597

    "sorry mate"
    In that moment I felt all that tension relieve.
    I genuinely think it's interesting how being polite while not being a pushover works so well for everybody.

    • demon13doc
      demon13doc 6 months ago +12

      That's called being assertive. A lot of people can't tell the difference between assertiveness and aggression.

  • rjuwuxd
    rjuwuxd 7 months ago +1488

    He wasn't in the wrong. He just reseeded and was on his lawn probably without permission. Funniest shit though is the most Australian thing to do. Even proceeds to address the PM "Mate". Love it.

  • o
    o 7 months ago +629

    I think this is how world should look like. He asked they just moved and everyone was happy.

    • John Martinez
      John Martinez 7 months ago +16

      @Michael M. The "yard" was divided by a public footpath. Fair for a tone to assume it was public land, not part of someone's front lawn.
      A man made a mistake, someone politely corrected him, and he obliged. Neat, simple, pleasant.

    • Michael M.
      Michael M. 7 months ago +1

      "this is how world should look like"
      He's an adult. Why was he in someone's yard uninvited?

    • TheInator1234
      TheInator1234 7 months ago +7

      In my ideal world, people respect other people’s property rights and don’t even stand on lawns they don’t own without permission to begin with.

    • HighPriestess
      HighPriestess 7 months ago +1

      Happy? They were okay

    • Os
      Os 7 months ago +22

      But what about my ego bro

  • Amenhotep Avoskin
    Amenhotep Avoskin 7 months ago +133

    Blessed is a country where citizens can do that without fear of being punished!

    • Anthony M
      Anthony M 6 months ago

      @John Smith what about sexual assault accusations in the double digits?

    • Anthony M
      Anthony M 6 months ago

      @John Smith can say the same thing for a certain recent ex president… only thing is, he’ll do more than a touch!

    • Alien Brownies
      Alien Brownies 6 months ago +5

      @tlinkmain I mean I'm sure Obama wouldn't come to your house.

    • tlinkmain
      tlinkmain 6 months ago

      @John Smith Oh I just saw it, my bad. I guess I shouldn't have said that

  • Ninad Sethi
    Ninad Sethi 6 months ago +40

    If a common man did that here in India with any minister, let alone the PM, he would mysteriously disappear.

    • QBird
      QBird 3 months ago +3

      @Ratish BM didn't know indians use the word "mate"....

    • Ratish BM
      Ratish BM 6 months ago

      Probably UP or Bihar, mate... But nah, we're not that bad. Yet.

  • Anthony Meeks
    Anthony Meeks 7 months ago +36

    I love how he was the one grievanced yet also the one to apologize. A truly courteous gent

    • EC
      EC 3 months ago +1

      Him saying 'sorry' was another way of saying 'thanks, all good'.

  • Ryan C
    Ryan C 6 months ago +136

    Imagine if this was Florida. "Florida man throws Alligator at president for being on his lawn."

    • RekTrain Meme
      RekTrain Meme 3 months ago +1

      @Ship Time doubt youd need the chicken not like sleepy joe is gonna outrun a gator

    • Ship Time
      Ship Time 6 months ago +9

      As a Floridian that’s what I would do. Probably toss some raw chicken first just to make sure the job was done.

  • Riccardo Petrina
    Riccardo Petrina 6 months ago +33

    The title is misleading. He didn't force them, he just claimed his right because he had reseeded the lawn. Everyone would have done that.

  • Lukas Mc Creary
    Lukas Mc Creary Year ago +13119

    That’s is probably the most nicest man that interrupted a news talk

  • Hawkmoon
    Hawkmoon 7 months ago +67

    BBC: Australian man interrupts PM Morrison to say "get off my lawn"
    Reality: Australian man politely asks PM Morrison to tell everyone to not step on his lawn as he's just reseeded it

    • John Martinez
      John Martinez 7 months ago +1

      He interrupt the PM, and he did ask him to get off his lawn. What's the issue?

    • Peter Piper
      Peter Piper 7 months ago +4

      First of all it's a headline, not a transcript.
      "Get off my lawn" is a stereotypical suburban comedic catchphrase, like farmers shouting "Get off my land!"
      They're poking fun at a silly situation. It's a joke, not meant to be taken literally, and certainly not seriously like so many have!

  • speedy
    speedy 7 months ago +78

    That was such a civilized and peaceful interaction, not used to seeing that living in the US

    • Bora Sed
      Bora Sed 6 months ago

      @Samuel Lu yeah that sounds about right. I noticed people in America always using their skin color when having a conflict or anything in that matter

    • Samuel Lu
      Samuel Lu 6 months ago

      @Bora Sed honestly i dont know man, i guess instead of race baiting i would say "playing victim"?

    • Bora Sed
      Bora Sed 6 months ago

      @Samuel Lu what do you call that race baiting ?

    • TheAgentTexas
      TheAgentTexas 7 months ago

      It happens often, just not on the news.

    • Samuel Lu
      Samuel Lu 7 months ago +1

      @Rambi definitely, but at least they seem much more behaved

  • gizmoguyar
    gizmoguyar 7 months ago +2

    I'm very impressed that the PM and crew responded so well. Immediately says okay, acknowledging they are on this dude's lawn, and backs up. In the US, the PM (or whoever) would have been all stuck up about it, and the homeowner would have started to yell, and threaten to call the cops, and then he would have ended up getting arrested for some bullshit.

  • EN KI
    EN KI 6 months ago

    Salute to this guy, Always protect what is important to you🙏✨

  • Shon Mendonca
    Shon Mendonca 8 months ago +12443

    And the best part is that life moved on with nobody being offended.

    • e93
      e93 6 months ago

      @Johnson Supreme happens everywhere

    • Black Mamba
      Black Mamba 6 months ago

      this is Australia not india

    • Talking Ed*
      Talking Ed* 6 months ago

      The only harmed people are the one in the TheXvid comments lol

    • veganath
      veganath 7 months ago

      @John Martinez *_"you sound quite offended"_* seems like you are projecting, perhaps choosing to be offended?
      Mate I'm unoffendable. Our society is increasingly loosing it immunity to offense givers due to a lack of nurturing values such as love, compassion, kindness..etc. People are all to ready to allow others to manipulate & control them with speech into relinquishing their joy & love for life, with the exception of speech as provisioned in law that threatens or incites violence, for which we should have zero tolerance.Would you agree?

    • John Martinez
      John Martinez 7 months ago

      @veganath The irony is that you sound quite offended. Always the people whining about people being "offended" who are the most offended on the inside.

  • Steve Glen
    Steve Glen 6 months ago +5

    I can't imagine myself doing the same thing in my country

  • Dhaka Warriors
    Dhaka Warriors 6 months ago +8

    Wow, beautiful democracy ❤️ In Bangladesh, we are even afraid of criticizing the PM on social media or we will be thrown to jail.

  • Deez Nuts • 23 years ago

    This was just a nice peaceful interaction between 2 Aussies
    Doesn’t matter it was the PM, he just wanted his lawn to be clear and they were fine with it

  • Denver Pereira
    Denver Pereira 7 months ago +4

    Hahahah, hats off to the Aussie PM, shows real respect to his subject.
    If an Indian had done this to our PM, he'd not live to see this video go on TheXvid.

    • EC
      EC 6 months ago

      'his subject'? - yeah, we don't use that language in Australia.

    • VD
      VD 7 months ago +3

      Actually he won't even get the chance to say that to PM. Plus he might lose the House 🤣

  • BrendanJ Rice
    BrendanJ Rice Year ago +10809

    You gotta understand that grass is never that green in Australia, that man put hours into that so he’s not at all unreasonable

    • yo
      yo 6 months ago

      @green house same was my ex

    • Willy MacDonald
      Willy MacDonald 7 months ago

      @Brett Symons bro it’s not called Anzac cove for nothing.

    • Australia My Way
      Australia My Way 7 months ago

      Yep. You got that right

    • Nishit Shukla
      Nishit Shukla 7 months ago

      @VM didn't know not didn't knew

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 6 months ago +64

    If this would have happened in India, this house would have been declared illegal the very next day and municipal bulldozer would have run over it🤣🤣

    • hitesh gujarathi
      hitesh gujarathi 3 months ago

      @ROAAM : Ruminations of an Absurd Mind lol. Are you watching too much Bollywood movies? Where are you from dude?

    • roni9393 shane
      roni9393 shane 6 months ago

      this has happen with many common people n celebrities also.... u dont say a word about politicians in india unless u urself has a family member in political party ... or some goverment official ..... otherwise u will gone nextday

    • Jack rodrigez
      Jack rodrigez 6 months ago +12

      And media will say he has links with Pakistan . And paid by foreign antination forces to say so to the PM

  • Zakomi
    Zakomi 6 months ago +54

    Plot twist:
    When he said: ,,sorry mate" he talked to his lawn

  • SailBatten
    SailBatten 7 months ago

    Makes sense to me. The owner was polite and in the right. It's amazing how entitled and thoughtless others can get. And good for the politician for agreeing right away.

  • bob Mob
    bob Mob 7 months ago

    this moment is priceless, what a legend

  • cris rose
    cris rose 7 months ago +8206

    I also appreciate the fact that the prime minister immediately tells everyone to step back without question or hesitation.

    • Gary Plummer
      Gary Plummer 7 days ago

      Because the guy would have kicked the cowards ass! 😎

    • Aiden Harper
      Aiden Harper 2 months ago

      @timber72 many people would say its extremely self serving ro have good manners, because people become easier to deal with

    • timber72
      timber72 2 months ago

      @Aiden Harper They don't have better manners. They're simply self-serving.

    • timber72
      timber72 2 months ago

      @wassollderscheiss33 Until Covid.

  • Jaydon Toftum
    Jaydon Toftum 7 months ago +7

    That’s the most respectable thing I’ve ever seen someone do

  • Jay Flow
    Jay Flow 6 months ago

    The hero we never knew we needed 😂

  • amazingmeow
    amazingmeow 6 months ago +16

    That’s the Aussie way of saying “understandable, have a good day”

  • Aidan Hodson
    Aidan Hodson 6 months ago +30

    This feels like a scene from The Office, especially with the zoom ins and everything

  • Simon W
    Simon W 7 months ago +11127

    I like this clip because it's such an Aussie thing to do. He doesn't care it's the prime minister.

    • Devanshu Sehgal
      Devanshu Sehgal 2 months ago

      @l am Smiley okok

    • l am Smiley
      l am Smiley 2 months ago

      @Devanshu Sehgal he knew who it was. He was as respectful as he needed to be, but was to the point. It was his property and the PM and media need to respect that.

    • Devanshu Sehgal
      Devanshu Sehgal 2 months ago

      @l am Smiley He didn't know it was the prime minister or he would've been more respectful.

    • l am Smiley
      l am Smiley 2 months ago

      @Devanshu Sehgal he knew exactly who it was, why would that change anything?

  • magicpretzel
    magicpretzel 7 months ago

    This is damn awesome 😆 The PM complying and asking everyone to do the same 😆

  • Epi Metal
    Epi Metal 7 months ago

    that's the normal human behavior when someone asks for his right and the other respects it without questioning. love the clip actually

  • siddhanath Jadhav
    siddhanath Jadhav 6 months ago +3

    That's a real democracy
    A common man rights

  • The ill will
    The ill will 7 months ago +9

    Love how the reporters just assume no one will listen to this guy because the media owns everyone's lawn. Took the prime minister telling them TWICE to listen.

  • K
    K Year ago +36968

    You can tell you're living in a healthy democracy when this happens lol

    • Mark Wagner
      Mark Wagner 7 months ago

      10 months later......words that didn't age well

    • D P
      D P 7 months ago

      lol this comment did not age well

    • [[[ *Dragonier* ]]]
      [[[ *Dragonier* ]]] 7 months ago

      The irony of that now

    • Arc Warden
      Arc Warden 7 months ago +1

      This aged so poorly

  • Slim Jakey Music
    Slim Jakey Music 6 months ago +2

    Ok but imagine u wake up to a press conference going on right on ur lawn 😂 he reacted pretty chill

  • WouterZtube
    WouterZtube 7 months ago +1

    The PM actually responded quite good.

  • Jay Matta
    Jay Matta 7 months ago

    I love this! Haha the PM responded like a champ aswell lol

  • Gideon Mele
    Gideon Mele 7 months ago +11

    The title and description are hilarious in light of how civil the whole thing actually was
    Bait

  • ikhwan wahab
    ikhwan wahab Year ago +36346

    wife: who was on the grass this time honey?
    guy: that prime minister guy

    • Ned Sterling
      Ned Sterling 6 months ago

      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • F.B.I C.I.D
      F.B.I C.I.D 7 months ago

      He is not your guy, friend

    • Jan Meyer
      Jan Meyer 7 months ago

      @onizuka22 when housing and rental shortages are in the news you would

    • Aummind
      Aummind 7 months ago

      Damnnn

    • Kevin Barth
      Kevin Barth 7 months ago

      😅

  • Abysmal Horizon
    Abysmal Horizon 7 months ago +64

    Government should get off everyone's lawn, especially in Australia.

  • Hunter Morgan
    Hunter Morgan 7 months ago +1

    As an American, if this was one of us it would be over the stupidest thing just to get on television. This was so simply and easily resolved.

  • Sohil Ronagh
    Sohil Ronagh 5 months ago

    This is hilarious 😂😂😂😂😂 anywhere else in the world they would be gitty and star struck to see a PM or President outside your home. You gotta love the down to earth Aussies culture!!! Doesn't matter who it is, PM or the President; bottom line show respect to people and their property. 👍👍👍👍

  • Ashhar Azam
    Ashhar Azam 7 months ago +2

    I need 10 percent of his confidence in my life

  • Davey England
    Davey England 7 months ago

    This is what one man can do… imagine if we all stood up to them?

  • Eric Antone
    Eric Antone 6 days ago

    Good to live in a country where you can tell the country's leader to "get off your lawn" and not get thrown in prison for the rest of your life.

  • gator Scoops
    gator Scoops 6 months ago +2

    I love how he calls the PM “mate” hahaha

  • SvendBosanvovski
    SvendBosanvovski 26 days ago

    I love the way the Aussie bloke came out and told the highest office holder in the land to ping off his lawn. He gives him a sorry mate and the thumbs up. That's the way we do it here. And for other countries reviewing this, its not staged. We truly are a free and open society.

  • starwarsrebel2006
    starwarsrebel2006 Year ago +19940

    I love how he said, "Sorry mate," to the Prime Minister of Australia, like he was just some random guy, lol.

    • KO
      KO 7 months ago

      Unlike France u gotta call him Mr President

    • AntithesisDCLXVI
      AntithesisDCLXVI 7 months ago

      @KingY2j we didn't always used to be that way... 😭

    • IBeatYouTube circumventingyourbullshit
      IBeatYouTube circumventingyourbullshit 7 months ago

      @ultimex g him being fairly elected is open for debate. Meanwhile this was After he had returned from Hawaii and he was in the middle of a "OH SHIT OH SHIT I GOTTA MARKETING THE FUCK OUTA THIS OR IM DONE SITUATION" all Australians despise this guy the ones who dont are not Australian.

    • Jawad Baki
      Jawad Baki 7 months ago

      Not right. Fans of Messi and Ronaldo are just insane.

    • ultimex g
      ultimex g 7 months ago

      At end he's a public representative, only elected to serve the people.
      Yes everyone should be treated politely until things are bad..Genuinely bad...
      If you start treating someone as god, especially in case of a politician, then real bad things happen.

  • Justin Garcia
    Justin Garcia 7 months ago

    Love how civil they are.

  • U-Shanks
    U-Shanks  6 months ago +8

    The personification of “understandable have a good day”

  • J. Peters
    J. Peters Month ago

    My favourite part was when the guy said “get off my lawn.”

  • Zaid Ansari
    Zaid Ansari 7 months ago +1

    This is called Real Courage🔥

  • Jerry Bumblebottom
    Jerry Bumblebottom 9 months ago +15947

    Most Australian thing is when you get to call the prime minister mate.

    • Kurio71
      Kurio71 6 months ago

      @mzone12 gronk greeting

    • mzone12
      mzone12 6 months ago

      I'm thinking of a certain word starts with 'c' but that's only reserved for very close friends...LOL

    • Deez Nuts • 23 years ago
      Deez Nuts • 23 years ago 7 months ago

      He just said “oi mate just reseeded that could you step off it please” and it’s all fine

    • Kurio71
      Kurio71 7 months ago

      @Gustav Gesundheit haha, we're kind of like Brits just not so polite

  • Dean Hawkins
    Dean Hawkins 7 months ago

    Have to respect that they actually moved when he asked

  • Zack Turpin
    Zack Turpin 6 months ago

    This man is a legend

  • KK
    KK 6 months ago +1

    Gotta love how the camera turns and zooms to the man like a The Office episode

  • Adnan Khan
    Adnan Khan 7 months ago

    He is the real Prime Minister of the people, he played it very cool and humbly I respect that man. My salute to that Prime Minister

  • Bill S
    Bill S Year ago +82167

    He was probably watching them on TV when he realized they're on his grass.

    • The Real Corey Tenderson
      The Real Corey Tenderson 6 months ago

      “Hey! That’s my lawn…HEY! THATS MY LAWN!”

    • Tony Furi
      Tony Furi 6 months ago

      Hahahahahahaha

    • sam jordan
      sam jordan 6 months ago

      I know that feeling!
      During Hurricane Harvey aftermath in Texas I turned on the TV to find the US Coast Guard right up the street from me launching boats to go rescue people! (I live a good 1-1/2 hours inland from the Gulf of Mexico.)
      Lucky for me, our street didn't flood enough to get water into the house, but other people 2 blocks away (closer to a lake) had water up the stairs almost into the 2nd floor. It *really sucked* if it was a one-story home!!!!

    • Elon Tusk
      Elon Tusk 6 months ago +1

      “Oi m8 I think there on me grass”

    • THE DARK NUTSACK RETURNS
      THE DARK NUTSACK RETURNS 6 months ago

      😊

  • TheSkyreborn
    TheSkyreborn 6 months ago +2

    me when i do my presentation in zoom and suddenly mom barged in and told me to keep quiet and dont be loud

  • YamiKisara
    YamiKisara 7 months ago

    The PM's reaction is great though.

  • Brian C
    Brian C 7 months ago +2

    Respect to Morrison.

  • First Last
    First Last 7 months ago +10

    Homeowner does a polite intervention. Well done.
    Media and the politicians definitely sent a message by their lack of concern for his property though.

  • James Cameron
    James Cameron 7 months ago +3211

    This is truly a great thing to see. An Aussie who is comfortable calling the prime Minister "Mate". A citizen who can rightfully interrupt the Prime Minister's ad hoc press conference, without being harassed or arrested by the Prime Minister's body guards. A Prime Minister who is humble enough to recognise that he was in the wrong and immediately correct his actions. And all of this done without hubris, without embarrassment, without confrontation or argument, and with a minimum of fuss and bother. If only all official and unofficial interactions could be conducted in a similar manner.

    • firstname
      firstname 7 months ago

      @No One One and then in English >

    • No One One
      No One One 7 months ago

      @firstnameselfies at home and sending it to police

    • Anilogo
      Anilogo 7 months ago

      Welcome in the Western world my friend.

    • BobTheBacon
      BobTheBacon 7 months ago

      @firstname based

    • George Kazazis
      George Kazazis 7 months ago

      @Scott Collingwood No mask = beaten then arrested. Seems reasonable...

  • Vector
    Vector 7 months ago +3

    What an amazing democracy.

  • Peace4Everyone
    Peace4Everyone 7 months ago

    😂😂😂😂😂😂 what a legend

  • bitburg40
    bitburg40 7 months ago

    Finally, a get off my lawn comment I can support whole heartedly.

  • PoRkTeSiNo RN
    PoRkTeSiNo RN 6 months ago

    Atleast the guy was polite enough to ask them to get off his lawn. Even said sorry after that. 👍

  • Simone99
    Simone99 9 months ago +4844

    I can't believe how polite and respectful these people are, probably because where I'm from none of this exists.

    • Collector
      Collector 7 months ago

      @ThellyThold TheaThellth hnhhhhhahhehhh

    • S Ki
      S Ki 8 months ago

      Biden effect

    • Red Hammer
      Red Hammer 9 months ago

      That's sad. But it's everywhere now, even Australia. We have had a huge increase in migrants in recent decades who care nothing about our culture. But it's politically incorrect to help them understand because our pride in our sense of equality has been banished replaced with the progressive liberal version of what it means, which I find to be nothing more than closet bigotry. So now they all live in their own suburbs with very limited interactions with the rest of us celebrating their cultural difference. United as one we are no more.

    • Woke Middle
      Woke Middle 9 months ago

      @red rose I guess we had different experiences, I joined the military after HS, used my gi bill for trade school worked up to get my journeymans and now I make a great living. Nothing handed to me all work, didn’t grow up rich either. This country gives you shelter, food and all the technology you could ask for. Sure some people are silver spooned in life but it doesn’t mean you can’t make it.

    • John Schofield
      John Schofield 9 months ago

      Malaysia?

  • Don Olson, Jr
    Don Olson, Jr 6 months ago

    That was priceless 🤣

  • istyleonu
    istyleonu 7 months ago +2

    The title of this video quotes the man saying 'get off my lawn' though he never actually said that. This isn't exaggeration its just lying. They should be sued.

  • Daily Happens
    Daily Happens 7 months ago

    That home owner is a legend

  • Noah Newport
    Noah Newport 7 months ago

    PM handled that really well

  • CaydeSwording
    CaydeSwording Year ago +16708

    He never said "get off my lawn"
    He said "Can everyone get off the grass please".

    • Michael P
      Michael P 9 months ago

      Typical bbc bs

    • billa10452
      billa10452 9 months ago

      He asked

    • notahotshot
      notahotshot 9 months ago

      @Hugo Clarke
      Let's be clear, you're angry because you clicked on the video looking for a confrontation, but got a civil exchange.
      "Get off my internet!" ~ Somebody, probably

  • shipping kch
    shipping kch 7 months ago

    This is a true example of democracy 👍🏻

  • 420awhp
    420awhp 7 months ago +4

    Finally some British state media reporting I can get behind

  • DansungMX
    DansungMX 7 months ago +6

    This makes a lot of sense, the grass is quite ruined when they step on it, I would have asked for them to move lol

  • SCOPE EDUCATION - Shivam Shukla

    This is called democracy !

  • LIFO the party
    LIFO the party 7 months ago +6830

    He was polite and fair. He just re-seeded. He’s right that was rude

    • Chicken wing
      Chicken wing 6 months ago

      @Jack Kenny I’d hope you don’t

    • Jack Kenny
      Jack Kenny 6 months ago

      @Chicken wing do I care what u say chicken wing?

    • Kenny Beginner
      Kenny Beginner 6 months ago

      He wasn't rude. He asked them politely and they were on his property

    • Mitch O
      Mitch O 6 months ago

      @Russell Johnson No, I wasnt calling you a qtard. Yeah, my comment was kind of ambiguous.

  • 😁 A Happy Guy 😊
    😁 A Happy Guy 😊 6 months ago +5

    This would have been my father growing up. He didn’t like people on his green ass lawn😂😂😂

  • NurMars
    NurMars 7 months ago +1

    What a legend

  • Pouncer Minned
    Pouncer Minned 6 months ago +1

    He just calls the Pm “mate” and survives

  • Felipe Asfura Popa
    Felipe Asfura Popa 7 months ago

    That Australian man could get a lot of money from the BBC by denouncing that he never said something like that, they are leaving him as someone aggressive in front of everyone, and he was as polite as possible

  • Christina P
    Christina P 7 months ago +4447

    Love that he called the Prime Minister "mate" and got an "all good" back. Australians are brilliant!

    • SCAN
      SCAN 7 months ago

      @Seltaeb what you smoking?

    • Kaleb Ball
      Kaleb Ball 7 months ago

      @Christina P doesnt understand basic aussie government, but wants to comment on it. Must be one of those woke cult members

    • Kaleb Ball
      Kaleb Ball 7 months ago

      @DeclaredJeans you know australia literally has concentration camps, right?

  • Another stranger.
    Another stranger. 7 months ago +5

    I really like the "Yeah, so what?" attitude that Australians have.

  • Oak
    Oak 7 months ago +13

    As the PM stated, "it is the projects that count." Not the citizens. Strange?
    I would like to thank the two people who replied. I watched the video again and heard the reference to the importance of the job's. I miss spoke.

    • Wildebeest
      Wildebeest 7 months ago +4

      Curious how leaving out context can change the meaning of what people say, huh?

    • Alexis Radio
      Alexis Radio 7 months ago +8

      He said, “It’s the projects that provide the jobs.” Then the homeowner interjected and PM continued, trying to retrain his thoughts, “It’s the projects that count.” So it was really about the citizens all along. ☺️

  • someone2929
    someone2929 6 months ago

    not once does he say "get off my lawn" good job bbc...

  • JokerIsThee
    JokerIsThee 7 months ago +1

    Imagine how awkward everyone was😭

  • Ravishankar Sharma Bff
    Ravishankar Sharma Bff Year ago +3411

    That's what Australia is, mate! ❤️🇦🇺

  • John Stewart
    John Stewart 6 months ago

    Well within his rights as homeowner. PM didn’t seem to mind and apologized. A good laugh for sure. 😁👍🏻

  • Grace V
    Grace V 6 months ago

    Respect to both of them

  • NineTwenty
    NineTwenty 6 months ago

    "Get off my lawn" -BBC
    "Can you please get off my lawn I just reseeded it" -Reality
    And we wonder why innocent people end up in the criminal system

  • Alix P
    Alix P 7 months ago +1

    I love this guy! Get off my lawn!!!

  • Nesrin Isli
    Nesrin Isli Year ago +6081

    The way they solved that is how everything should be solved.

    • Gamer
      Gamer 9 months ago

      😂😂😂😂 dead

    • K J
      K J 10 months ago

      yes, with respect and maturity

    • J
      J Year ago

      No. The proper way to solve it is to yell and curse at the guy and stay on his lawn, despite being asking politely to get off. Then, you head to social media (preferably Twitter), and go on a full on rant. I'm right and you're wrong. Now delete your comment and apologize for even posting it, so that I gain more power. I'm way too perfect!

    • P G
      P G Year ago

      even better if we could just go there and say like: Bruh... and the PM would be like... oh im sorry.

    • Gol D. Roger
      Gol D. Roger Year ago

      Yes listen to the people if they have point, even they acting like rude.

  • Ridwan Sunandar
    Ridwan Sunandar 6 months ago

    This made my day. :)