ScoHoho! Prime Minister reveals what item he’ll be putting on his Christmas list this year and it’s NOT what you’d expect

  • Prime Minister Scott Morrison shared a funny image after a trip to Bunnings
  • He pointed out the blow up Santa riding a shark was ‘totally’ on his Xmas list
  • Morrison then referenced the catch cry for his footy team, the Cronulla Sharks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed one item he will be adding to his 2020 Christmas list – and it came from left field.

Mr Morrison displayed his daggy dad sense of humour on Saturday as he shared a picture from a trip to Bunnings Warehouse with the nation. 

The PM said the blow up Santa he spotted sitting atop a shark was ‘totally on this year’s Christmas list.’ 

The blow up Santa riding a shark (pictured) which caught the eye of Prime Minister Scott Morrison

The blow up Santa riding a shark (pictured) which caught the eye of Prime Minister Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison (pictured above) declared the $129 item from Bunnings was 'totally on this year's Christmas list

Scott Morrison (pictured above) declared the $129 item from Bunnings was ‘totally on this year’s Christmas list 

He then added that he ‘Will be going to Bunnings’ to get his very own Santa on a shark before signing off with #UpUpCronulla.’

Mr Morrison has long been a Cronulla Sharks footy tragic. 

He is the NRL club’s number one season ticket holder and is often seen at home and away games cheering his team on.

He has previously labelled the 2016 grand final triumph against Melbourne as one of the ‘best days of his life.’ 

The Prime Minister is in Queensland this weekend helping Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington on the campaign trial, with the state election looming on October 31. 

Morrison took aim at Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk over the state’s controversial border closures. 

‘You only have borders in for as long as you absolutely have to,’ Morrison told reporters on Saturday.

‘They (closed borders) are not something to boast about, they are things that are necessary.

‘So when you have to have them, well, let’s have them based on medical advice. The longer they are there, the more jobs they stop.’

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