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Three protesters dressed up as cavemen are waiting for Prime Minister Scott Morrison outside of his next campaign stop in WA.

The cavemen did not answer questions from the media and instead responded with “ooga booga”.

The stunt is likely a response to comments Mr Morrison made about the state’s COVID-19 response in August, where he appeared to liken WA residents to cavemen.

“Now, it’s like that movie — in The Croods, people wanted to stay in the cave … and that young girl, she wanted to go out and live again and deal with the challenges of living in a different world,” he told Today at the time.

“COVID is a new, different world, and we need to get out there and live in it. We can’t stay in the cave, and we can get out of it safely.”

Premier Mark McGowan referred to the prime minister’s Croods reference and said it was “an odd thing to say”.

Source: 9News

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