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A mysterious political activist has been graffitiing anti-Scott Morrison messages on old mattresses and dumping them around town.  

The Perth graffiti artist has been leaving the scathing messages about the Prime Minister in various locations around the city over the past week, including along a major highway. 

One mattress said ‘Morrison couldn’t lie straight in bed. Federal ICAC. Now’ while another said ‘ScoMo priority no. 1 – his job, his job, his job’.  

'Morrison couldn't lie straight', said graffiti scrawled on a mattress that was dumped on Orrong Road, Perth

'Morrison couldn't lie straight', said graffiti scrawled on a mattress that was dumped on Orrong Road, Perth

‘Morrison couldn’t lie straight’, said graffiti scrawled on a mattress that was dumped on Orrong Road, Perth

Above, the anti-Scott Morrison mattress campaign continues with another soiled mattress propped up against a pole

Above, the anti-Scott Morrison mattress campaign continues with another soiled mattress propped up against a pole

Above, the anti-Scott Morrison mattress campaign continues with another soiled mattress propped up against a pole 

One Twitter user joked that one such mattress – left leaning against a pole on the arterial road of Orrong Rd, Peth – was ‘not Orrong’.  

A second quipped that ‘the Libs are going to the mattresses’.

Another punter had a laugh about the mattress that said Scott Morrison’s job was his top priority: ‘isn’t that most of our priorities?’  

The bizarre political messages led another to joke if the city had a ‘Banksy that works for Snooze (a bedding store) or something?’ 

Australia will go to the polls on May 21 to vote on the make-up of the House of Representatives and half the Senate for the next three years. 

Most polls show the Labor party a touch ahead, however Anthony Albanese’s campaign to become the next Prime Minister has gotten off to a rocky start, with the Opposition Leader failing to recall the unemployment rates and Reserve Bank cash rate at his first press conference of the campaign.

The two leaders will face off in a debate on Wednesday evening. 

A protester in Perth is no fan of Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with scathing attacks springing up around the city

A protester in Perth is no fan of Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with scathing attacks springing up around the city

A protester in Perth is no fan of Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with scathing attacks springing up around the city

Source: Daily Mail

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